The popular Eats & Beats will soar to new heights when it returns to Beenleigh’s Logan River Parklands Friday August 25.
A free children’s ferris wheel and captivating performances from popular magician and sensory illusionist Drace Illusionist headline the evening’s entertainment.
Musician Liam Keates-Ryley of Channel 7’s The Voice fame, Aussie rock group Tennessee Lights, and acoustic duo Johanna & Jayden will soundtrack the big stage.
There will be more than 20 food trucks serving sweet and savoury dishes.
Lifestyle Chair Cr Tony Hall said the variety of entertainment and food on offer will appeal to community members of all ages.
“One of the best things about Eats & Beats is that no matter your age, interests and tastes, there is always something for everyone,” Cr Hall said.
Division 12 Councillor Karen Murphy said Logan River Parklands would be a great location for the popular event.
“I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday evening than in one of our wonderful parks, enjoying some great entertainment and fantastic local food,” Cr Murphy said.
Logan River Parklands is at Blackbird St, Beenleigh.
Parking is available in and around the parklands, with a drop and go zone at the event site entrance.