A day of revelry is coming to Woolloongabba — and despite the suburb's most prominent landmark, it has nothing to with sport. Instead, The End of the Line Festival is returning for another massive outdoor outing. It's free, it'll be jam-packed with music, performance and art, and it also aims to showcase the best restaurants and eateries the area has to offer.
In its fifth year, the fest is keeping its boutique setup and an afternoon-to-evening format. In a lineup curated by West End's Jet Black Cat record store, Body Type leads the cohort heading to Jurgens Street from 2pm on Saturday, November 10. They'll play alongside Fraser A. Gorman, Jade Imagine, Gabriella Cohen, Handsome, Moreton, The Butter and Gooby Jim & The Goobs, with the rest of the arts and events bill yet to be revealed.
Food-wise, local eateries always get in on the fun — so expect to feast on dishes and beverages from the likes of Pearl Cafe, Canvas, Sorelina, Enoteca, ABFab and Electric Avenue. And while entry won't cost you a thing, and neither will the performances, you will need your wallet for the food and drink part of the street party.
Image: The End of the Line Festival.