Woolloongabba’s all-ages block party is back for its third year.
This year’s musical line-up has once again been curated by Shannon Logan of Jet Black Cat Music in West End, and will feature 14 local and interstate indie bands playing across two stages, from 10am until 11pm.
Melbourne bands Fraser A Gorman, Totally Mild and Christopher Port will share the stage with local favourites Banff, Major Leagues, Good Boy, Mid Ayr, Desmond Cheese, Pool Shop, The Vulture St Tape Gang, Superfeather, Low Dive, Francis Wolves, In Caves and Feeding Fauna.
There’ll also be a major artistic component to this year’s event. The Queensland College of Art’s POP Gallery will adorn Logan Road with installations and live performance art, and Indigi-fusion dancers from the Aboriginal Centre of the Performing Arts will also be showcased.
The festival will also serve as a celebration of the area’s dining precinct, with a number of Woolloongabba’s most popular restaurants and bars preparing festival-themed menus and extending their trading areas out into the street, to allow diners to enjoy the food and festivities al fresco style.
There’ll also be colourful market stalls, street entertainment, live demonstrations, children’s activities and family-friendly fun.
Retail stores will also be participating, with antiques and vintage treasures, homewares, fashion and jewellery on display.
The End of the Line Festival will be held in Woolloongabba’s Village Precinct (between Logan Road and Jurgens Street) on Saturday 5 November between 10am and 11pm. All events and activities will be free and open to all ages!