Which food goes best with sequins, singing and '80s-style pop bangers? That's a question Brisbane's newest event intends to answer. Turning Eurovision into an even bigger party than it already is, Welcome to Bowen Hills is hosting a Eurovision Food Festival — and yes, dressing up while you devour Euro delights is definitely on the menu.
Held over the music contest's final weekend, the two-day shindig will serve up a feast that can withstand many a wind machine, with Abbiocco, The Wurst Dogs, Fuel by Salt Meats Cheese, Barcelona Churros and Mr Burger Brisbane joining in the fun. Whether you decide to down a churro in honour of Spain's Amaia & Alfred, snack on a snag to support Germany's Michael Schulte, or just munch your way around the continent is completely up to you.
You'll need sustenance for all that cheering and crooning along, after all, so head on by from midday on May 12 and 13. And, you can even bring your dog. If you're more worried about who'll take out this year's comp, that's okay too — Eurovision will be playing throughout the venue so you won't miss a moment.