Burgers, beers, more burgers and beats.
Update: Due to the current lockdown measure, Burger Fest has been postponed until October. There is a silver lining to this postponement, however. October’s Burger Fest will be bigger and better than originally planned so there will be greater capacity and cheaper tickets! Stay tuned for dates.
When it comes to Burger Fest, patties between buns is what to expect. But the size of those burgers and what kind of patties on offer will vary wildly on the day because we’ve all got different tastes. And we won’t know which we like best until we try them all!
The burger joints that will be in on the action are below, with each one flipping one of their menu classics as well as a festival exclusive. So, that’s at least ten burgers you’ve got to try on the day. In other words, go hungry. Go very hungry. Go so hungry you could eat a horse. Or a cow. Beers will be from Stone & Wood.
However, there will be more than just burgers and beers at Burger Fest. To add to the festival fun taking over the entirety of Stratton Street, there will be live music with the likes of Hayley Mary, The Dreggs, Cheap Fakes, Meg Ripps, McDermott & North and Hazel Mei on the lineup. There will also be a beer pong on the day (registration on the day) as well as a burger eating comp (registration closer to the date) because why not?
Although currently not on sale, tickets for Burger Fest cost $25+bf.