Frighteningly good fun to be had in North Maclean

Never fear, there is still one more Eats & Beats event to be enjoyed this year.

City of Logan residents can treat themselves before Halloween and enjoy an evening out at Tully Memorial Park in North Maclean.

This month’s Eats & Beats, which will feature more than 20 food trucks and live music, will begin at 5pm on Friday, October 28.

There will also be some tricks and treats for young attendees, with a variety of kids activities adding to the fun.

Division 11 Cr Natalie Willcocks says there’ll be something for everyone at this year’s final event.

City Lifestyle Chair Councillor Laurie Koranski said hundreds were expected to attend the year’s final Eats & Beats.

“It’s been another fantastic year of Eats & Beats in the City of Logan and we are looking forward to going out with a bang,” Cr Koranski said.

“This is your last chance in 2022 to take a Friday evening off and join us for some great food and music.”

Division 11 Councillor Natalie Willcocks said residents were excited to be welcoming Eats & Beats to Tully Memorial Park for the first time.

“We love a good party in Division 11 so what could be better than lighting up one of our beautiful parks with one of our city’s best events,” Cr Willcocks said.

“The Halloween vibe will put everyone in the mood for food and fun, as people of all ages enjoy what’s sure to be a great night out.”

Tully Memorial Park is on Beryl Parade in North Maclean. Attendees will be directed to event parking on arrival.

Entry is free. More information is available on the Eats & Beats Facebook page.