Valley Fiesta has revealed its party-packed plans for 2023, showcasing the best of Brisbane’s music and arts scene. Kicking off the festivities once again this year is the much-loved family-friendly King St Food Fiesta on Friday, November 3!
Gather, feast, groove and enjoy King St Food Fiesta⸺a string of pop-up bars, outdoor music stages, street food stalls and roaming entertainment that promise to deliver amazing flavours, sweet sounds and all round good vibes from 5 pm to 10 pm.
Foodie retailers from the well-known King St dining precinct will pop out to serve up street-food-inspired tasting plates from just $8. Take your taste buds on tour to the Amalfi Coast with Il Verde’s spritz pop-up bar, to Mexico with El Camino’s flavour-packed range of nachos, to Vietnam with Xin Chao’s famous bao buns, to America with Supercombo’s tater tots and chicken wings, to China with Fat Dumpling’s range of dumplings and seafood snacks, to Kuhl-Cher or Bar Gusto with their cheese and charcuterie or pasta selection, and much more!
King St’s latest arrival and new fan-favourite, Archie Brothers’ Cirque Electriq, will lead the charge in 2023 to showcase a small selection from their over-the-top novelty American diner style menu. Indulge in their sizable Hawaiian, pepperoni or margarita pizzas for $20 or sit and sip on their spiced mojitos with their other killer cocktails also on offer for purchase on the night.
Alongside the enticing eats, the street will come alive when a lineup of Brisbane’s best emerging artists perform live. With a focus on music, culture and community for this year’s program, King St will be welcoming the talented Taitu’uga – Talking High Chief for his Samoan village and artist who creates and weaves culture through his fresh fusion of electronic dance music (EDM), hip hop, reggae, beatbox loop machine and traditional instruments. Following suit will be Australian and Maori vocalist Kuzco with her unique sound inspired by her musical heritage, as well as up-and-coming alt-pop artist Lucy Korts who is no stranger to the stage (small or large).
In addition to this, curators of Brisbane’s best festival and street entertainment, Oscar Pro Co, will showcase a variety of interactive talk-factor artists to truly enliven the street once night falls, so be on the lookout for the unexpected.
Be sure to feed your soul and feel the flavours of the Valley at King St Food Fiesta on November 3. Entry is free and all are welcome!
King St Food Fiesta
Friday, November 3 | Free Entry | Fur-baby & Family Friendly
Valley Fiesta is proudly presented by Brisbane City Council and produced by QMusic.
For more information regarding King St Food Fiesta, please contact Katyia via email@example.com or 0402 915 506.