Some festivals are off, others plough through Covid restrictions, including City of Logan’s Eats & Beats pop-up festival which will return to Underwood Park on Friday evening.
There will be food, fun and entertainment.
Tasty dishes and desserts from more than 20 food trucks will be available while local musicians take to the stage to entertain seated diners.
Talent includes hip hop dancers from Kingston’s Bloodline Dance Company.
The troupe was scheduled to perform at Brisbane’s Ekka, which was cancelled earlier this month because of pandemic restrictions.
Now they are thrilled to strut their stuff closer to home.
Bloodline director Juanita McElhone, better known as Winnie, said the group’s debut Eats & Beats performance would involve “lots of energy, good vibes and great music.”
“(The Ekka cancellation) was very disappointing so our dancers and their families are super excited to still have the opportunity to perform this term,” she said.
“We are extremely grateful.”
Eats & Beats attendees must follow COVID-Safe guidelines including maintaining social distancing, wearing masks when appropriate and practising good hygiene.
All Eats & Beats attendees must register on arrival through the Check In QLD App.