Ice Ice Baby! That's right, Brisbane is finally hosting its very first Ice Cream Festival and it's sure to be an event not to be missed.
Whether you're crazy about chocolate, sweet on strawberry or mad about mint, with over 15 different vendors on the invite list, there's sure to be something for everyone, so come along and 'scoop' up some delicious treats.
WHAT? Presented by up and coming foodie precinct West Village, the Brisbane Ice Cream Festival is a day long event dedicated to all things dessert! Ice cream, gelato, popsicles and every other frozen treat you could think of will be served up by a number of pop up food stalls set to attend on the day.
Here's just a number of some of the dessert makers who will be there to have you 'ice-screaming' for more:
Cocowhip (vegan soft serve)
Queen of Pops
The Doughnut Bar
Ruby the Little Red Ice Cream Van
Frozen Sunshine Iceblocks
Hett's n Ice Shaved Ice
J'adore Les Crepes
As well as eating your body weight in icy goodies on the day there will also be live music and a pop up bar serving up some boozy frozen treats.
WHERE? The festival will be taking place at the historic Peters Ice Cream Factory, Boundary Road, West End. The factory closed down in 1996 after almost 70 years in production and this is the first time in 20 years that it will once again be filled with delicious ice cream.
WHEN? Saturday 11th March, 11:00 - 17:00. Check out the official Facebook event page for more information.
Cost of entry is free of charge.
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