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The count down is on for Eat the Street and we’d really appreciate your help and support by promoting Eat the Street through your own social and media channels. Here are a few ways that you can help show your support:

1 Follow Eat the Street on Facebook and Instagram. Like, share and comment where ever possible on our posts to help spread the love to your friends and and followers.

2 Add your own images and posts  about participating at Eat the Street on your social media channels. Use this #eatthestreetlismore so we can see, share and like your posts too and don’t forget to tag us on your images as well! We have created a facebook cover image, facebook and instagram post with Eat the Street branding if you would like to use.

3 If you have a dedicated website adding information about Eat the Street on your website would also be perfect! We’ve added some images and text below for you to copy and paste and download images you would like to use.

4 See you at the event!

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Eat the Street is a food, arts and music event celebrating the cosmopolitan and eclectic culture of Lismore. Now in its sixth year the event attracts ‘foodies’ and ‘culture’ buffs from far and wide and is fast becoming a highlight on the North Coast’s event calendar as an event not to be missed!

The event is held in the Lismore’s Central Business District (CBD) with the two main roads in the heart of the city closed to traffic and transformed into a sea of beautiful white marquees with over 50 fabulous food & wine and art & craft stalls. The beautiful wide streets lined with heritage buildings and giant fig trees become the setting for a fabulous celebration of food, live entertainment, cooking demonstrations & classes, music, children and art activities.

Inspired by a world of street food styles our local and regional cafes and restaurants showcase fresh regional cuisine proving fabulous tasting plates priced at $5 and $10. There are tempting treats from every corner of the globe, luscious libations from our region’s boutique beverage purveyors and stalls brimming with spectacular local product.