Liverpool’s annual Eat Your Heart Out festival is back and ready to showcase the best of the west.
This year’s festival will light up Norfolk Serviceway, a hidden pocket of the CBD, with plenty of live music, arts and culture and, of course, amazing food.
There will be something for everyone with cuisines from around the world, including some of Sydney’s best food trucks that will be offering street food throughout the day and several pop-up shops from local favourites including El Topo Cantina, Indian Taste Liverpool and a bar by Macquarie Bistro.
Taste Tours will be running foodie tours from 12 noon and from 3 pm through Liverpool – perfect for those who aren’t local, but here for the food. The tours are expected to sell out, so head over to their website to reserve your place.
As a treat for all the senses, art and music will also be a big part of the festival.
The Open Heart giant heart sculpture by Sydney artist Melissa Carey returns as the centrepiece of the Festival and Ox King will be creating a brand new mural on-site that will remain long after the event is over. The music line-up has an eclectic international flavour and will be headlined by Aria-nominee L-Fresh The Lion.
There will be plenty of market stalls offering art and artisanal goods produced in Sydney’s vibrant west. The market stalls will be powered by The Westies Markets, which runs local produce, arts and design markets in Western Sydney.
Eat Your Heart Out Liverpool will be held on Saturday, August 31 from 1 pm until 9 pm – entry is free.
Want to know more? Head over to Eat Your Heart Out Liverpool.