On Saturday October 20, Sydney's festival of "art in unusual places" will be throwing an arty party in the most unusual of places: the middle of the road.
To be fair, they're stopping traffic first.
George Street, closed to traffic between Park and Bathurst Streets, will be jam-packed with music, movies and munchables to mark the end of this year's Art & About Sydney.
The closing night event, dubbed A Moveable Feast, will give Sydneysiders the chance to sample the delights of Sydney's fleet of food trucks in one hit: pork belly buns courtesy of Tsuru, spelt pizzas from Agape Organic, freshly made tacos by Cantina Mobil, gourmet vegie burgers from The Veggie Patch and spatchcock confit from Eat Art Truck. Plus three trucks will be trading for the first time: Let's Do Yum Cha, Al Carbón and Urban Pasta.
Picnic tables will line the street outside Town Hall and diners will be entertained by live music from Sydney band Dog Trumpet, DJ sets from Future Classic and Kate Monroe. And there'll be pop-up film screenings scattered around the place throughout the night too.
Lord Mayor Clover Moore said A Moveable Feast would be a great finale to an exciting festival. “This year’s Art & About Sydney has been our biggest and best to date, and we wanted to finish on a high note,” the Lord Mayor said.
See you on the road!