Summer Hill Neighbourhood Feast
The annual food, music and arts festival will take over the streets of Summer Hill for one day.
One of Sydney's inner west suburbs is set to show-off its thriving food, art and music scene when the Summer Hill Neighbourhood Feast arrives on Sunday, September 29. Running from 10am–4pm, the festival will take over Lackey and Smith streets with food trucks, pop-up bars and an all-day lineup of live acts.
Eats will span an array of cuisines, from Italian and Thai to Nepalese and Mediterranean, while The Rio, Nine Fingers Brew and Summer Hill Hotel will be looking after the booze situation.
Over at the main stage, live music will be going all day — the lineup programmed by The Rio owner Tess Robens — and a brass band will roam the festival, too. The annual pizza eating competition by local favourite Andiamo Trattoria will also take to the stage at 12.30pm.
In terms of arts, the duo from the Sweets Workshop boutique will be running a Creative Village, complete with artist, design and entrepreneur talks.
Entry and entertainment are free, so all you need to do is show up — preferably with a BYO water bottle and keep cup, as Council is aiming for a plastic waste-free event.
Top image: The Rio by Katje Ford
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