Hastings Set To Strut Its Stuff – Noosa Alive Maze Art Street Village

Hastings Street in Noosa is often the focal point for a lot of the Sunshine Coast’s Entertainment Calendar, and this July it will be showing us all just why this is with a fantastic offering to fill your weekend with. From July 27th-29th, the laneway next to Rococo Noosa will be transformed into a colourful, cultural and culinary celebration for all the family. Hosted by Rococo Noosa and Boardwalk Bistro, the Maze Art Street Village will feature delicious foods from around the globe, an array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, street performers, an artists’ colony, music, dancing, face-painting and more – all culminating in an 18+ ‘Latin Love’ finale party, doubling as the closing event for Noosa alive!

Maze Art Street Village

Maze Art Street Village osyters

More than twenty different eateries from Noosa, The Junction, Noosaville, Sunshine Beach, Tewantin and Peregian Beach will showcase their wares in a street-side hawker-style market including Rococo, Embassy XO, Italian Marina, Cedro’s Mexican, Periwinkle and Eddie Cheebas. Themed areas will include a Spanish Quarter, Little Italy, TAP Alley with American food and a Chinatown precinct, along with specialist drink stations including an eclectic Gin Bar featuring Whitley Neill’s Handcrafted Gin, a Sangria Bar, breweries, distilleries and more. Artisan products and services on offer include Oska & Willow, Bliss Balls and Jimmy Rods Barber Shop.

Maze Art Street Village musical act

Maze Art Street Village food stalls

The village will feature a free interactive artist village under the canopy of trees, with free face painting and origami-making plus a sidewalk gallery, while the sounds and sights of street performers and musicians, including local school bands, will be ever-present. Entry is free for the family-friendly event with food and beverages offered for sale from $3.

For more information on the event itself, visit the event’s Facebook page.

Maze Art Street Village cocktails

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