Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival

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What better way to spend a Sunday than gorging yourself on the fruits of the sea and sweet, sweet wine at the Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival. You and 15,000 of your fellow Brisbanites can descend upon the inner city precinct to devour Moreton Bay bugs, lobsters, prawns, oysters, fish, crabs and calamari at the market stalls or in the local restaurants, and then shake it all down with live music from Boom Crash Opera, 1927, Don Walker, Grace Knight, Calling All Cars, KRASH!, Mason Rack, the Jungle Giants, The Cairo’s, Electric Horse, and Shannon Watkins.


Please note that this is a licensed all ages event; Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult and it is a condition of entry that all minors must exit the site by 5 pm. ID required to drink. (Conditional to Licensing approval).



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Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival details

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Brisbane 3000

Price from $23.00 to $29.00

Date Sun 06 May 2012

Open 11am-10pm

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