Maze Art Street Village for Noosa alive!

Maze Art Street Village for Noosa alive!

  • When: Friday 27 July to Sunday 29 July 2018
  • Where: Maze car park, next to Rococo Noosa, 42 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
  • Time: Friday 3-9pm | Saturday 11am-9pm | Sunday 11am-4pm
  • Price: Free entry. Food and beverages from $3
  • Website: www.rococonoosa.com.au/events/

The Maze Art Street Village and Spanish Quarter, presented by Rococo Noosa and Boardwalk Bistro for NOOSA alive!will be three days of culture, colour, culinary delights and community in the heart of Hastings Street.

The laneway and narrow alleyways next to Rococo Noosa will be transformed into a family-friendly extravaganza of delicious foods from around the globe, music and street performance, artist colony, Spanish quarter, tap alley, dancing, face painting and more.

Street markets will showcase hawker-style stalls, street kitchens and boutique bars from some of Noosa's best eateries, local and international breweries, distilleries, wineries and patisseries.

An interactive artist village for all ages and sidewalk gallery will meander under a canopy of trees and lights, while the sounds and sights of street performers and musicians will be on every corner.

More than 50 Noosa exhibitors and eateries at the street-side markets will include Boardwalk Bistro, Rococo, Land and Sea Brewing, Mr Jones & Me, Italian Marina, Cedro’s Mexican, Blue Plum, Happy Pops, Periwinkle and Eddie Cheebas.

Themed areas will include a Spanish Quarter, Little Italy, Tap Alley and a Chinatown precinct, along with specialist drink stations including an eclectic Gin Bar featuring Whitley Neill’s Handcrafted Gin, Sangria Bars, Sherry, Sake, Mojito, breweries, distilleries and more.

Artisan products and services on offer include Oska & Willow, Bliss Balls and Jimmy Rods Barber Shop. 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, to the sounds and sights of street performers and musicians.

Free entry - all ages. Food and beverages from $3.

The event culminates in an 18+ Latin Love Carnival of Colour finale partywhich is also the NOOSA alive! closing event. This ticketed event from 5-9pm features music from the 11-piece Afro-Cuban band El Timbon, Australia’s leading dance band Martini Club, the Brazilian Dance Troupe and DJ, JJ Dub. There will be Flamenco, Salsa, Rhumba and Tango dancing in the street.

General admission for the Latin Love Carnival of Colour finale party costs $39 per person - book here.

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