Eastsiders, your favourite street party is back — and yes, it is hard to believe that it's only in its second year. The End of the Line Festival made such a splash in 2014 that its return is rather highly anticipated. Thankfully, the program for the one-day event more than justifies that excitement.
On October 24, Woolloongabba’s Village Precinct between Logan Road and Jurgens Street will once again become a vibrant hub of food, music and entertainment. Local eateries will provide all the tasty morsels you could want to sample, while Jet Black Cat Records' Shannon Logan has curated the eclectic line-up of bands, so attendees know they're in for quite the treat.
Tunes-wise, that includes Jess Ribeiro, Blank Realm, East Brunswick All Girls Choir and Caitlin Park, and that's only the beginning of the mix of rock, indie-pop, jazz funk, electronic and folk performers. When you're not enjoying their sweet sounds, you can wander around market stalls, devour dishes served up by food trucks, marvel at projection art and watch skateboarding demonstrations — and appreciate the area, too, because that's what a block party is really all about.