In the mood for some fabulous eats and vintage treats? Then The End of the Line Festival is waiting for you.

The End of the Line Festival is a new street celebration showcasing the Woolloongabba precinct’s unique characteristics of urban fine dining and antiques.

Set to take place on Saturday 8 November this is an event that vintage, food and music lovers alike should have penciled into their diaries.

The End of the Line Festival not-to-miss list

Shop for vintage treasures

Absolutely Fabulous will have an eclectic mix of vintage and new gift ideas available for you to hunt through. They sell vintage-furniture, glass and ceramics from the late 40′s through to early 80′s. AbFab is also known for its eclectic range of jewellery, handbags and luggage, novelty gifts’ for the person who has everything’, greeting cards that make you laugh or blush and a vast range of homeware products.

The Woolloongabba Antique Centre will also be a big part of the festival. The centre will bring together an eclectic mix of vintage and antique dealers and traders to create a collectors and pickers paradise called the Substation Antiques Collective. Based in the shadow of the old electrical substation in Jurgens St Park, the collective will centre around a version of the centre’s milk bar cafe.

Be entertained

Musician Golden Sound is set to perform at The End of the Line Festival. Peter Golikov (aka Peter G) is a keyboardist and producer hailing from Brisbane. He first began his musical journey in 1986, studying classical piano for 10 years, and a natural progression then led him towards jazz and funk music , and later to hand percussion and drums in 1995. Since then he has continued to follow his love of funk and soul music, adapting his “Golden Sound” live ensemble, to resemble the classic 1970’s feel good funk sound, with swirling synths, driving rhythms and sizzling horns, creating a palette of sonic goodness.

The Welcome to Country song at The End of the Line Festival will be performed by Maroochy Barambah. She is the Songwoman and Law-woman of the Turrbal People – the Traditional Owners of Brisbane and a direct descendant of Daki Yakka (Chief of the Old Brisbane Tribe). She is the first Aborigine to perform on the Australian operatic stage and the first Australian to perform at the United Nations in New York.

Tempt your taste-buds

Enjoy a cold beer and a delicious burger at The Crosstown Eating House while,  Pearl Cafe and The Servery are also officially on board with the festival and will both have festival-friendly new menus ready to go for the big day.

The End of the Line Festival will be held on Saturday 8 November. For more information, check out our event guide.