It’s time to find your best boots for a foot-stomping good time at Jimboomba’s Rotary Park.

The City of Logan’s popular Eats & Beats festival will roll into town on Friday, April 30, with a Boot Scootin’ theme.

Live music will get attendees up and dancing, while at least 20 food trucks will be on hand for dinner and dessert.

City Lifestyle Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski said Eats & Beats was always a favourite with the Jimboomba community.

“We are thrilled to be bringing Eats & Beats back to Jimboomba,” Councillor Koranski said.

“This community loves a good celebration, and this is a fun opportunity to get everyone up and dancing while also enjoying good food and great music.

The most recent Eats & Beats at Logan River Parklands, on Friday, March 5, was the first held in nearly 12 months.

Thousands attended the event which was delivered in accordance with COVID-Safe rules.

“With similar arrangements in place for our Jimboomba event, we are looking forward to keeping the good times rolling,” Cr Koranski said.

“I encourage everyone to save the date, and plan to be at Rotary Park on Friday, April 30 for a great night out.”

Event parking will be available at nearby Jimboomba State School.

More information on the event is available on the Eats & Beats Facebook page.

Eats & Beats is a free family event. It is strictly alcohol-free, and pets are not allowed.

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