Because food isn't on trend these days unless it is prepared in a portable premise, Graze and Feast brings food trucks/vans/stalls from far and wide under the accommodating roof of Shed 10 every Friday for the month of July.
Entry to the event is free, but don't come with hollow pockets, because chances are you won't leave empty handed, or, more accurately, empty stomached. All your favourite street foods will be on offer, including Tiger Burger from the Silo Park markets, whose Korean influenced kimchi fries with Colby cheese deserve a Michelin Star, an Al's Deli store for all your comfort food needs, Brooklyn Dogs who are the Bruce Lee equivalent of hotdog making, or if you're all about that Paleo-trend/feel bad for cheating on Junk-free June meaning you now feel obliged to endure Junk-free July, Little Nomadic Kitchen is setting up shop with paleo-friendly options.
The event prides itself on being zero-waste, and to keep up the sustainable image, Yealands wine, New Zealand's only fully sustainable wine, is on offer, along with craft beers from Garage Project and ciders from Zeffer.
There is enough seating for 400 in the Shed, but having gained some decent traction on Facebook, you might want to get in early to save yourself from queuing forever.