Festival Showcases Historic Gabba Precinct

The popular End of the Line Festival returns again this year, highlighting the thriving boutique businesses and stunning heritage street facade of the popular Logan Road Woolloongabba precinct. Last year’s event attracted 12,000 festival goers, and this year’s event will play host 65 market stalls, 12 bands, 10 restaurants and close off 2 suburban streets.

Some of Brisbane’s best restaurants grace the quirky Logan Road cul-de-sac and will this weekend spill out their doors with pop-up beer gardens and al fresco dining. Foodies can sample wares from local Gabba favourites like Crosstown Eating House, Enoteca and Pearl Cafe, along with a selection of food trucks serving up quality fare on the go.

If you’d like to sample some of the delights bring some dollars along to enjoy the selection of food, beverages and market stalls on offer, but soak up the ambience of local Brisbane acts Blank Realm, The Furrs and BANFF completely for free. Also appearing are prominent musicians Jack Carty, Caitlin Park and the creatively named The Goon Sax.

The Woolloongabba precinct was once home to a large tram depot until 1969 when all the tram lines around Brisbane were closed down due to increasing vehicle demands.

The festival runs from 10am until 10pm this Saturday, October 24, between Logan Road and Jurgens Street, just across from the Gabba stadium.