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Flavour Fest

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  1. A large outdoor tent with lettered signs reading 'Flavour Fest'
    Photograph: Ken Nakanishi
  2. People sitting around a table with drinks.
    Photograph: Supplied
  3. Hoy Pinoy food truck
    Photograph: Supplied
  4. A performer doing fire twirling
    Photograph: Timothy | ImagePlay

Time Out says

A huge, food-filled festival returns to Melbourne's west, with mouth-watering bites and a killer live music line-up

Flavour Fest is back and better than ever, bringing a delicious blend of food, music, brews and fun for the whole family to Melbourne's west. It’s all going down on Saturday, March 2 at Frontier Oval in Aintree, where you’ll be able to treat yourself to good food from some of Melbourne’s best food trucks and restaurants, as well as enjoy live music, community activities and plenty more. 

On the food front, all your fave bites will be on offer, like pizza from 400 Gradi, Filipino street food from Hoy Pinoy, Latin American BBQ from La Mano, to name just a handful of the vendors. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, there'll be a dedicated dessert zone, with ice cream from Zero Gradi, greek donuts from St Gerry's, Crepes for Change and Indian-fusion desserts. 

Once you're full to the brim, you can kick back and enjoy the festival. Sink a few bevs in the beer garden, courtesy of ReWine, Wonki, the Prosecco Van and more. Tunes will kick off at 3pm, with Aussie musos D'Arcy Spiller, Mitch Santiago, Kitschen Boy and Steph Strings taking the stage, followed by headliners the Pierce Brothers, who promise a performance that will get the d-floor going. To top it all off, the night ends with an epic firework display. 

Tickets are free, just head to Eventbrite to register.

After more things to do? Check out our round-up of the best events happening in Melbourne this week.

Liv Condous
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Liv Condous


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