YCK Laneways Intersections
YCK Laneways is throwing a six-week food and music festival, headed-up by a three day celebration with Maybe Sammy, Cantina OK!, Sneaky Sound System and Day1 in Barrack Street.
April 11, 2022
YCK Laneways, a new cultural precinct that launched last year encompassing the CBD laneways in York Street, Clarence Street and Kent Street is throwing a huge party across six weeks. Kicking off on Monday, April 11, the food and music festival will feature in-venue events throughout the six weeks alongside a huge three-day party on Barrack Street across the ANZAC Day long weekend.
If you're looking for something to do across April and May, check out the festival's lineup where live music, workshops and pop-ups will be happing across Since I Left You, Esteban, PS40, The Duke of Clarence, Stitch Bar, Uncle Ming's, Prince of York and many more venues in and around the city laneways. Catch a live set from Ange or Lady King at Since I Left You's fairy light-lit Garden Stage, have your tarot read at Stitch Bar, enjoy a set menu from surprise chefs at PS40 and make a book in a dinner with live music at Esteban-d.
You'll also be able to find special meals from celebrity chefs Manu Feidel, Anna Polyviou and Luke Hines in the venues across the duration of Intersections. These limited-time menu items will each be available for two of the six weeks.
At the Barrack Street party you'll find masterclasses by day and live music come sun-down. Sydney favourites including Maybe Sammy, Cantina Ok!, Hickson House and Sydney Oyster Farm Tours will all be running workshops across the three-day weekend, before an equally stacked music lineup takes over each night. Sneaky Sound System, Wafia, Day1, Kota Banks, Ula, East Av3, B Wise and A.Girl will all be making appearances.
You can find the full program over at the YCK Laneways website.
Arts & Entertainment
Sunday, May 29 - Sunday, May 29
Sydney Town Hall