Eats & Beats is back in February! Join us for a night of fun, music and food.  Location to be revealed soon! Come for a night of live music, over 25 food trucks with a variety of delicious dishes to experience.

EVENT DETAILS

When: info coming soon

Where: info coming soon

“It’s just a great night out with the family. The food is well priced and there’s always activities for the kids.”

Jackie, Springwood

“It’s one of our favourite spots for date night!”

Martin, Kingston

“The entertainment, food and activities are always so amazing!”

Erin, Beenleigh

What’s on

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Thanks for coming to our spooktacular Eats & Beats on Friday night!🤡🧟‍♀️👻 Enjoy our cheeky photos and don't forget to tag yourself! ... See MoreSee Less

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It was amazing to see so many people attended the music was amazing and I can't wait for next year. Will it be at Logan gardens next year

See the event in action

We love your pooches, but unfortunately this is a pet-free event. Feel free to show us your pets in their halloween getup in the comments instead. 👻🐶
More event info here: https://fb.me/e/136INK796
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Tonight we will be doing some Halloween pumpkin "BOO"ling! Compete between 6-7pm and you could win one of four $50 food vouchers! 🎳 ...

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No matter what your chariot is, we have plenty of parking. Parking can be found off Civic Parade, Karrie Ave, Carbeen Ct, Pope St, May St, Wain Ave, Rudduck St and Democracy Way. Please be mindful to not park across driveways. ...

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We have a MEGA line-up of amazing music acts this Friday at Eats and Beats Logan Gardens.
5pm Caleb Caswell Music
6pm Polyamity
7pm 97.3FM's band, Vegas Rays
8pm MyDasTouch

More info 👉https://fb.me/e/136INK796
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Past event galleries

People dress for Halloween at event.
Santa at IKEA for November 2019 Eats and Beats event

COVID-safe event

Your safety is our priority, and you’ll notice a few new things we’ve put in place to ensure we are in line with current government regulations.

  • Sanitisation stations will be available on entry and throughout the event site.
  • We ask that you use the Check In Qld app using our QR codes upon entry.
  • Signage and markings will be in place to assist with social distancing.
  • Staff will be wearing masks.
  • We ask for your support to keep Eats & Beats a safe and enjoyable experience and ask all guests to:
    – Cover coughs/sneezes, dispose of tissues and use the available sanitiser
    – Always practice good hygiene by washing your hands regularly
    – Please keep a safe 1.5m distance from each other while on the event site.
    – If you have flu-like symptoms, do not attend the event. Anyone found unwell at the event, displaying flu-like symptoms will be asked to leave immediately.
  • You should not enter the event if in the previous 14 days they have:
    – returned to Australia from overseas (other than a safe travel zone country)
    – been in close contact with an active COVID-19 case
    – been in a Queensland declared COVID-19 hotspot, place of concern or exposure venue, as defined by the Chief Health Officer
    – had a fever, cough, sore throat, headache, distorted sense of taste, shortness of breath, chills, vomiting or any cold/flu like symptoms in the last 72 hours.

Eats & Beats is a pet free and alcohol free event.