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Another weekend, another feast in Campbelltown

Redfern Park in Minto was transformed into an outdoor food festival for the first time last year.

The wonderful aromas from various ethnic cuisines were in the air for the inaugural Feast Campbelltown.

All things considered it was a big success, so it’s no surprise that it’s coming back for a second time, no doubt bigger and better than the 2018 version.

Which will be music to the ears of foodies near and far.

But Feast Campbelltown is much more than just delicious food from around the world; it’s also a celebration of the music and cultures of the tribes that call this part of the world home.

Mark this in your diary: from 2pm to 9pm on Saturday, September 21 the food, sounds and cultures of our community will be on display at Redfern Park, which has a wonderful amphitheatre design.

Mayor George Brticevic, left, and Cr Masood Chowdhury try some of the food that will be on the menu for Feast Campbelltown on Saturday, September 21 at Redfern Park, Minto.

Mayor George Brticevic said the food and music festival proved so popular during its inaugural year in 2018 council was delighted to bring it back.

“Come on down to Feast and mingle with our many different cultural groups,” Cr Brticevic said.

“An exciting array of foods will be available to tantalise your tastebuds.

“It will be a fantastic day out for families, with plenty of children’s activities planned,” he said.

Some of the best local Pacific Island and Middle East chefs will give a live demonstration of their cooking prowess and will be on hand to pass on a few tips and tricks.

There will be plenty of delicacies to sample from the food trucks and stalls set up for the day.

There will also be an array of dance and music performances throughout the event and a children’s activity trail to be held between 2pm and 5pm which will include a virtual reality experience, flag guessing competition and other fun activities.

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