If you haven’t heard, Fork On The Road is a monthly event focused on showcasing Adelaide’s best food trucks, carts, bikes and vans. The food festival started back in November 2012 – what was supposed to be a one-off event snowballed in the following six months, to 8 successful events in 7 locations around the city, with a massive total turnout of over 45 000 people.
These lively events move around Adelaide monthly, with previous locations including Light Square, Hart’s Mill and Elder Park. Though the delicious food is undoubtedly the main attraction, that’s not all you’ll find at these soirees. The festival is about showing off Adelaide’s best for the community, a place for up-and-coming musicians to perform and for Adelaide businesses and entrepreneurs to experiment with new ideas.
Every Fork On The Road event is unique, and this Friday’s is sure to be an exceptional time for all who attend. The appropriately dubbed Forkmas is Fork On The Road’s answer to Christmas.
This Friday night will see Victoria Square transform into a buzzing hub packed with your fave food trucks, wine and cider, craft beer, musical entertainment and a variety activities to keep the whole family content. In keeping with the giving spirit of Christmas, this Friday’s event will be collecting gifts to donate to The Smith Family, an organisation supporting disadvantaged children in Australia. With A+ eats, all of the craft beer you could want and entertainment to boot, make sure you get down to Victoria Square this Friday for Forkmas.
WHAT: Forkmas, presented by Fork On The Road
WHERE: Victoria Square
WHEN: Friday December 16, 5-9 pm
Stay up to date with future Fork On The Road events via their website.
All images via Fork On The Road's Facebook page.
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