Celebrating winter’s longest night, Sydney’s newest inner-city food and beverage hub, South Eveleigh, hosted a two-day street festival that fused performance, art installations, music, food and drinks.
Historic Locomotive Street, the site of Sydney’s first railway, played host to its first ever public event. Sold-out crowds flooded in to see genre-bending prodigy, Genisis Owusu throw down alongside electro-pop pioneers Pnau, Korean hip-hop renegades 1300, First Nations rising star Pricie and the best sound system this side of 2020.
Food and drink were a highlight of the event. National treasure Kylie Kwong served up a bespoke menu at her latest outpost, Lucky Kwong, with curated zero-waste beverage offerings from RE, Tokyo ramen house RaraChan, Pho afficionados Eat-Fuh and much hyped Anita Gelato.
Legendary family entertainment extravaganza, DressUp Attack!, unleashed everything from a kids rave to bedtime stories read by FlexMami, Gen Fricker and DJ Levins and Anna Lunoe.