Meatstock In Sydney
Think Woodstock, but meat.
As delicious to think about as it is much like a gory-sounding slaughterhouse, it’s a deliciously focused alternative to a wild music festival of gastronomic propotions.
With tickets at only $26, meat lovers will have plenty to sink their teeth into next Valentine’s day with the inaugural Meatstock Festival, whcih will be held at the Sydney Showgrounds on the 13th and 14th of February.
Tickets are on sale now for the two-day meat filled extravaganza, which will feature bands, barbecues, beards, butchers, bourbon, barbers, beer and much more.
Barbecue and brawn may be on show throughout the weekend but co-organiser Jay Beaumont said there is more to Meatstock than what you can put on a fork.“It’s five events in one big battle ground,” he said.“We have Barbecue Wars, Butcher Wars, Barber Wars, the Meat and Barbecue Expo and our awesome line-up of Blues and Country bands. Barbecue is definitely a hot trend at the moment but we think Sydney is screaming out for a festival that has a distinctly Australian flavour.”
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