The Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival 2013 *PLENTY OF TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE*

Caxton St Development Association presents

The Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival 2013 *PLENTY OF TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE* Tickets

11:00am, Sun 5th May, 2013
Caxton Street, QLD

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The Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival is BACK with all your favourite seafood, wine and entertainment! Raising funds for the Queensland Floods Appeal 2013 & Welsey Hospital.

ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.
THERE ARE PLENTY OF TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE (OPEN 10am)

CAXTON STREET SEAFOOD & WINE FESTIVAL RAISING FUNDS FOR THE WESLEY HOSPITAL AND QUEENSLAND FLOODS APPEAL 2013 SUNDAY MAY 5TH

Brisbane's iconic Caxton Street was left high and dry during Queensland's devastating floods that have again affected many parts of this great State. Having raised substantial funds for the Premiers Disaster Relief Appeal in 2011, Caxton Street will be donating part proceeds from all tickets sold to the Queensland Floods Appeal 2013. While Queenslanders have endured the worst, this natural disaster provides people the opportunity to show their best, and the Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival hopes to support those in the face of yet another challenge.

The Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival will also continue its long standing relationship with the Wesley Hospital. 2013 will see Caxton Street donating part-proceeds from every ticket pre-sold to Wesley Hospital's Prostate Cancer Care program. After raising significant funds in 2012, our great event hopes to again support an amazing hospital that has supported so many.

Always delivering first class seafood, wine and entertainment, the Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival is excited to have a stellar bill of performers generously support the event. Caxton Street's favourite son Ash Grunwald returns with Scott Owen (The Living End) and a mystery guest to spearhead the event with Sydney indie hip hopper Chance Waters, Brisbane funkster Tyler Touch and Melbourne's Deadly Award winning & IMA nominated Yung Warriors. Fresh off the Big Day Out, Jakarta Criers join the street, along with the enigmatic ARIA nominated Mr Wilson and Brisbane's prodigal crooner Tyrone Noonan (George). Australian rock royalty Mental As Anything & The Choirboys round out an impressive list of artists confirmed, with many more to be announced!

As you purchase your festival ticket on February 25th your donation will go towards these important causes. With 15,000 tickets available, we hope to raise funds and lift the spirits of those who have been so profoundly affected by floods and illness. So in 2013, Queensland's biggest street party will not only provide great food, wine and fantastic entertainment; it will continue the great Queensland tradition of pitching in and helping out your mates. Please show your support and donate to Wesley Hospital Prostate Cancer Care and Queensland Floods Appeal 2013 on Sunday May 5th.

Tickets go on sale February 25th, 2013.

Pre-sale Tickets: $25 + BK Fee

Door Tickets: $29.90 All Incl.

 

First Announce Line Up:

Ash Grunwald + Scott Owen (The Living End) & Mystery Guest

Chance Waters

Tyler Touch

Yung Warriors

Mental As Anything

The Choirboys

Jakarta Criers

Mr Wilson

Tyrone Noonan (George)

Dan England

Pludo

Afrodiza

Latin Fire 

Doors open: 11.00am
Performance start times: 12 midday

Please note the following

This is an ALL AGES EVENT till 5 pm. It is a condition of entry that all minors must exit the site by 5pm

Children under the age of twelve years will be admitted free, all minors must be accompanied by a ticket-holding parent or legal guardian.

Online pre-sale tickets for the Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival will close at 7am on event day.

Box Offices open at 10am.

More details visit www.caxtonstseafoodandwinefestival.com

 

 ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.
THERE ARE PLENTY OF TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE (OPEN 10am)

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