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Sun 10 Nov 2019, 1:00pm–7:00pm

Where: Maylands Street Festival Site, Eighth Avenue Maylands, Maylands

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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The Maylands Street Festival is on again! This free, family-friendly festival features three live music stages, a chill-out area, a children’s zone, the freshest food trucks plus artisan and community stalls.

Last year the Maylands Street Festival drew a crowd of over 10,000 attendees, and this year promises to be even better! The unique stores and cafes of Maylands will spill out onto the streets on Eighth Avenue, Whatley Crescent and Railway Parade to celebrate this popular local festival.

Headliners for the main stage include the Junkadelic Brass Band, whose New Orleans influenced funk-grooves will create the perfect rhythm for dancing in the street. Joining them will be some relaxed Caribbean party vibes with The Apocalypso Orchestra, and some smooth jazz with the vocals of Sarah Ramsey. As well as live music the day will feature roving entertainment, games and rides for all ages.

Maylands is already famous for cult-favourite restaurants like Rossonero’s pizza, and food trucks will offer an even more diverse smorgasbord at the festival. Brazilian tapas at The Tapi Truck, Spanish-German street food from El Aleman Loco and handmade Chinese steamed buns by Baolicious are just some of the diverse treats on offer.

Stalls for the day promise an excellent days’ shopping while supporting local artisans. Stalls include vintage-look girls' clothes by Ari & Mae, hair accessories from Addicted To Bows, bohemian and Japan-inspired fashion by Tokyo Rose and premium natural body products from Whipped Earth.

Run by local community group Local Arts and Community Events Inc (LACE), the Maylands Festival has been running since 2012, and has only recently become an annual event.

Find out more at Maylands Markets' website or Facebook page.