Once you have tantalised your tastebuds at the 2020 Norco Eat the Street Food Festival, head over to the Southern Cross University Entertainment Stage and excite your ears with local talent and the Brisbane-based octet Steele Syndicate.
For those who like an eclectic, genre-bending sound that reimagines elements of old school funk, reggae, ska and indie rock, then Steele Syndicate is the band for them.
The 2020 Norco Eat the Street Festival is much more than a celebration of wonderful food with some great performers entertaining foodies between noon and 9pm.
“We are excited to provide local performers with the opportunity to perform at Norco Eat the Street. With some of Southern Cross Universities top musicians on show we hope to highlight the abundance of talent we have in the region,” said Virginia Waters, Events Officer and Stage Programmer.
Local performers include SCU student and talented singer and songwriter Joe Conroy who has just release is debut EP.
“Our line-up of artists will be sure to get everyone up and grooving, adding to a great day of food and entertainment,” Ms Waters said.
Eat the Street will come alive on Saturday, 14 March from 12pm to 9pm in the heart of Lismore. There will be more than 50 stalls offering tasting plates, plus boutique drinks and beverages, home-grown produce and locally made products.