Posted by Danae Flanagan
03. Sep, 2013
Included as a part Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Melbourne Central is hosting a one-day festival extravaganza this Thursday. Delay the train-travel home and celebrate with live DJs, roaming artists, and retailers extending some amazing offers all in a festival atmosphere.
In true festival spirit, sneak into Mcintyre Alley to find Mellbourne Central’s truck stop. No greasy fried eggs and gravy here; rotating from 11am till 9pm, Melbourne Central has all your eating schedules covered. In attendance will be the gangs from Gumbo Kitchen, Taco Truck, Round the Way, Beatbox Kitchen, White Guy Cooks Thai and the holy patty-flippers from Mr. Burger will be stopping by for their first appearance in the CBD.
So get your shopping list ready and those elbows greased, as food trucks and fashion bring out some interesting habits in all of us!
ONE DAY SHOPPING FESTIVAL
Melbourne Central, Melbourne
10am till 10 pm
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