Get down with a funky music line-up at Eat Street Markets this weekend
With everything that Eat Street Markets has to offer from aromatic international cuisine to boutique beers, the music line-up set for this weekend is just another highlight.
This weekend at Eat Street Markets is all about reggae, rock, blues and roots so head on down to Hamilton from 5:30–9:30 pm on Friday or Saturday and experience a cool afternoon near the Brisbane River, great food offerings and some funky tunes.
Hailing from the tablelands of Far North Queensland and inspired by travels across the globe, The Dillion James Band is a collective that plays a fusion of original blues, reggae and roots music. Starting at 5:30 pm on Friday, this old-school style in a modern context combined with an authentic artistic energy will be centre stage. From 7:30 pm on Friday, the unique sounds of JUDAH will bring a refreshing and intense rock feel to the reggae genre. This seven-piece rock-reggae machine will show the audience its passion through on-stage energy.
Saturday will see a totally different music line-up with Izania taking the stage at 5:30 pm. With members originating from Zimbabwe, Aotearoa, Tanzania, Senegal and Brisbane, Izania brings together five lives stemming across the globe with a passionate history in reggae. From 7:30 pm guitar-and-drums duo This Way North brings left-of-centre drumming and swampy slide guitar together with powerful vocals to the Hamilton Wharf.
Images courtesy of JUDAH.