Get set for Bluey, brews and bites – Teneriffe Festival tickets are on sale today!

Get set for Bluey, brews and bites – Teneriffe Festival tickets are on sale today!

Last week we shared with you, dear readers, the exciting news that Teneriffe Festival is bringing back its world-class line-up of sips and snacks to the surburb’s riverside streets on Saturday October 23. Now, we’ve got more juicy details on what will be on offer during the food-focused fiesta as well as an exciting announcement – tickets go on sale today!

Just one month out from the celebrations, Teneriffe Festival has revealed more details of its jam-packed program that’s going to get locals feasting, drinking, shopping and dancing once again. With more than 100 curated market stalls set to line the streets, the festival will offer everything from delicious treats and tantalising tipples to locally made homewares and historical installations. Hungry folk can take their tastebuds on a trip around the world with salivation-inducing food-truck bites or grab mouth-watering nosh from local restaurants like Sippy Tom, Streetcorner JimmySiffredi’s, soon-to-open Evita Restaurant & Bar and Dalgety 2.0 Public House, the latter spilling into the streets with a huge backyard barbecue under the sparkling fig trees.

Of course, thirsty punters won’t be forgotten and they’ll be able to wet their whistles with bevvies from some top-notch local breweries and spirit makers. Brisbane Gin Distillery’s double-decker bus will be full to the brim with a collection of boozy refreshments, whilst oenophiles can get their grape-juice fix with help from Bacchus Wine Merchants. Brewski enthusiasts will be thrilled to hear that there will be three (yes, three!) pop-up beer gardens from Green Beacon Brewing Co., which will be nestled between two laneway stages that will be kept busy with live entertainment from some of Brisbane’s best musos. As if that wasn’t enough, Australia’s favourite Heelers Bluey and Bingo will be making an appearance, plus meeting and greeting with fans on the day. Just make sure to tack on a meet-and-greet experience when purchasing your tickets, unless you want to end up in the dog house.

In even more exciting news, tickets for Teneriffe Festival go on sale at 10:00 am today, Thursday September 16! You can grab yours now via Oztix and if you’re quick enough, you’ll be able to snag limited early-bird group passes for $40, which will secure yourself and three mates entry. So go on, gather the gang and prepare for one truly ideal day out on Saturday October 23.

The Weekend Edition is proud to be an official media partner of Teneriffe Festival. 

To find out more about what’s on in Brisbane, head to our Event Guide.


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