Welcome the weekend and relax with friends as the sun sets across the Burnett River at Sunset Eats + Beats at Riverfeast.
Soak up the laidback atmosphere while dining on seafood inspired delights, as the unique venue comes alive with entertainment from eight-piece funk-soul band Madison Kat.
Riverfeast owners Karen and Greg Wittkopp said they were excited to be part of the upcoming Milbi Festival activities.
“We are extremely proud to be given the opportunity to participate in this year's Milbi Festival,” Karen said.
“It has been a pleasure working with the organisers to deliver a really unique event.
“We have always considered Riverfeast a special place on the river where we encourage community groups to utilise it to bring locals and visitors to the area together in many varied ways.”
Karen said sharing the night with the audience is what Madison Kat do, and their visual energy and crowd involvement will be sure to entertain the crowd.
Madison Kat is known for playing new, forgotten and obscure covers mixed with their original material in a bold performance.
“I’ve been listening to Madison Kat, and their performance at Riverfeast should be amazing,” Karen said.
She said with Madison Kat’s infectious energy, and their onstage antics, they would lure the audience to participate in a night of good vibes.
Karen said Sunset Eats + Beats would have local beverage companies Ballistic Beer and Kalki Moon collaborate, along with a number of local food vendors providing the community with an evening of delectable food and drinks.
“We have Tasty Street Food and our regular food vendor Ashleigh Bowman cooking up delicious seafood inspired dishes for family and friends to enjoy together,” she said.
“Tasty Street Food signature dishes are Baja fish taco and crispy prawn boa – yummo!”
There are a range of activities happening throughout the week as part of the upcoming Milbi Festival which can be found here.
Sunset Eats + Beats is a free community event to be held at Riverfeast, 1A Scotland Street, on Friday, 5 November from 5pm.
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