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If you missed the Street Food Party at Byron Bay Brewery in April, or want to go again, it’s on this Saturday. More than 18 gourmet food trucks, two stages of live music, a vintage rummage sale and, as you would expect from a brewery, delicious craft beer.

Organisers say the front carpark will be transformed into a food festival with pop-up vans from all over the region gathering to serve up a world of flavours. While you’re eating, local blues artist Jesse Pumphrey will be providing the entertainment.

If you’re driving to the event, where is the best place to park? You can park at the Butler St Reserve and take the Brewery’s courtesy bus that will be shuttling backwards and forwards between the party and the reserve during the night. The Brewery’s neighbours will thank you for it.

After you’ve sampled the delights of the carpark, you can wander into the Brewery to find a vintage and handmade rummage sale in the band room and more live entertainment in the beergarden.

Flamenco father-and-son duo Los Rosanos will bring their latin guitar grooves to the beer garden over 5–8pm, followed by local 4-piece 60/70s party band Wall Flower Meadows.

More info: Byron Bay Street Food Party. 4pm–late Saturday 8 July. Byron Bay Brewery, 1 Skinners Shoot Rd, Byron.Free entry.

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