Calling all food-lovers to Launceston’s City Park for Festivale

Calling all food-lovers to Launceston’s City Park for Festivale Picture: Scott Gelston

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Picture: Chris Crerar

Picture: Chris Crerar

Picture: Chris Crerar

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Picture: Scott Gelston

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TweetFacebookTasmania is like a unique food bank … patrons can come and really taste the best of the best that the state has to offer

Festivale chairman David DunnBetter Homes and Gardens, will also be demonstrating her cooking prowessto the patrons of Festivale on the Sunday.

“After a lot of requests, we’ve also added gin and whiskey masterclasses to the program,” Mr Dunn said.

The Tamar Valley Wine Route Masterclasses will allow patrons to experience the bestTasmanian sparkling wines, beers, and spirits whilst learning from industry professionals such as brewers, distillers, and winemakers.

“Tasmania produces high-quality gin and whiskey, and people really want to learn more about it.”

Mr Dunn said he’s“very excited”about the entertainment line-up.

“All of the acts are going to appeal to different people each night…there’s going to be something for all age brackets,” he said.

Some of the“not-to-be-missed”entertainment includes Medhanit Barratt,Fresh Comedy, the Best Stall Awards, and the roaming street performers.

“We’ve got a big focus on street performers, and people wandering around doing little shows,” Mr Dunn said.

“We liketo keep people entertained.”

The Kids Kingdom declares fun for all, with activities such as face painting, karate,bowling, and music and dance workshops lined up to keep the kids entertained.

Mr Dunn said thatFestivale’smusic programwill have something to suit everyone’s tastes.

Artistssuch as Clare Bowditch, JR Reyne and The Paradise Three, Reece Mastin, andRenée Geyer will perform for patrons over the course of the three-day event.

For those living in the Devonport region, this year Festivale istrialling a Merseylink bus service to the eventon Saturday, with thebus departing Devonport at 2pm and leavingFestivaleat 11.15pm.

The $40 fee includes the return bus trip plus admission to the event and can be booked through Merseylink.

Admission to Festivale ranges between $15 to $25 for adults depending on the day, with a three-day pass costing $45.

For more information aboutadmission prices and to book Tamar Valley Wine RouteMasterclasses,headonline towww.festivale老域名出售.au.

Festivale will take placeFebruary 2 to 4.

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