Prepare for frosty fun – Daydreams and Ice Cream is taking over West Village
Since 1928, the heritage-listed Peters Ice Cream Factory has been the heart of Boundary Street in West End. For almost seven decades, the southside institution created millions of ice-creams (including the very first Drumstick cone!), until the factory closed its doors in 1996. To celebrate the legacy of this legendary Brisbane locale, West Village is throwing a treat-filled party for the ages – Daydreams and Ice Cream. What better way to welcome in summer than with plenty of sweet bites, live tunes and ‘grammable art installations!
Sure to satisfy sweet tooths, Daydreams and Ice Cream is the perfect way to embrace the warmer weather and honour West Village’s historic home of ice-cream. Popping up from Friday November 13 to Sunday November 29, the fun-filed event will see 12 interactive installations take over West Village’s lush lawn, The Common. Remember to bring your cameras as this will be one heck of a photo opportunity – think vibrant ice-cream art pieces and colourful dessert imagery.
As well as the must-see installations, visitors will be treated to some tasty treats from a lip-smacking selection of ice-cream vendors serving up frozen delights in all of your favourite flavours. For the ultimate sundae session, head to the pastel paradise on weekends — from 4:00–8:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays and from 2:00–6:00 pm on Sundays – to settle in for an afternoon of live music and delectable desserts! Plus, for your chance to win some pretty cool prizes, simply share some snaps of the pop-up on socials using the hashtag #daydreamsandicecream. The most creative photo shared will win a year’s worth of gelato from La Macelleria, so get snapping!
To learn more about this delicious event, head over to the West Village website to scoop up some more info.
This article was created in partnership with our friends at West Village.