Hold on to your bakerboy caps, Brisbane – Fish Lane Festival is back and set to be the biggest yet, dishing up tasty bites, premium booze and some of Brisbane city’s best live musos in the South Brisbane laneway.
Kicking off from midday until late on Saturday May 12, the free, fully licensed festival swims its way from the laneway through to Grey Street in West End, with plenty of gourmet foodie spots along the way.
Foodie newbies making their party pop-up debut in 2018 include Ol’ School, Nom on Melbourne and Kiss the Berry, with artists Elizabeth Woods and Kevin Leong showcasing new urban artworks.
As well as the newcomers, old faves serving up gourmet grub at Fish Lane Festival will include The Fox Hotel, Billykart Bar, Chu The Phat, Gelato Messina and Julius Pizzeria – just to name a few.
But it wouldn’t be Fish Lane Festival with the booze – grab a street eat and then a tipple from one of the many drink pop ups, from Colonial Brewing Co. craft beers to Innocent Bystander wines and G&Ts from the Tanqueray Gin Garden.
Once you’ve filled both hands, take a wander down the lane and treat your ears to Brisbane’s best live bands and DJS and soak up the atmos.
Watch this space for more on who’s playing, artists and pop ups, or head to www.facebook.com/fishlanefestival
When: Saturday May 12, 2018
Where: Fish Lane, Cordelia – Grey Street, South Brisbane
Time: Midday to late