Logan City's Eats n Beats

These days in Queensland there is so much Queensland events

 going on everywhere that events organisers and the local councils,  like the Logan City Council must come up with different ideas or add a little twist into their local events to attract people to its community.

Music and food plays a big part in our lives and communities, as our suburbs grow in multiculturalism our taste buds and minds become open to an array of different pallets. Restaurants opening around us with exotic, innovated, and gourmet menus.

Organized by the Logan City Council the Eats n Beats is one Logan events that hopes to draw you in to its local region.

Speaking to some of the local council and elected members last year, it was said that the idea of the Eats and Beats event was to promote their love of Logan City. Bringing people from other council regions and suburbs to see what Logan city is all about, and wash out the negative stereotype that people view and see that Logan City is a great and safe place to visit, live and enjoy events.

Food and music is what Logan City Eats n Beats is all about, the local family event features food stalls on wheels (food vans) and music performance by local musicians on stage and all sorts of entertainment and event activity for kids too.

You might say, So what?

Well, Eats and Beats Logan City has a twist, during the December months and through out the rest of the Queensland year when the event is on, this mini rock show picks up and moves location around the Logan City Region showcasing like a traveling circus, all for free for Logan city locals and visitors.

This free event locations include Beenleigh, Beaudesert, Logan Hyperdome, Kingston and other suburbs, giving you a different event location every time it comes around. It has great food, talented live local music and entertainment, kid’s activities and the crowd puller being the relocating address giving visitors a different atmosphere every time this Logan event relocate within the Logan City region of Queensland.

Since its successful launch in 2015 and now in its third year, I say “Well-done Logan City” and to the Logan City community, give yourself a pat on the back because the attendance and support from the community is what has made Eats n Beats a successful family event and i would recommend putting it on your Queensland events guide list to visit and see.

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Eats n Beats at Logan Hyperdome and Kingston Butter Factory

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