icking off Friday evening, 23rd of April, with two sessions on Saturday and a day session to close the festival on Sunday,
Chicken and beer enthusiasts will be invited to indulge in a fun festival setting complete with music, carnival rides and activities.
Picture this: every type of finger lickin’ chicken you can imagine from New Orleans and Korean Fried Chicken to Indonesian, Indian, Soul, Brazilian and Jamaican flavours; prepared and cooked fresh by local Perth establishments and food trucks such as Satchmo, Baolicious, Smokr, Munchy Machine and more; washed down with a great selection of over 60 beers served ice-cold by some of your favourite craft beer breweries including Pirate Life, Little Creatures, Fat Bull, Whalebone, Good Drinks, Mountain Goat and many more.
Not for the faint-hearted, there will also be some seriously spicy morsels on the menu — something David says he’s excited to try.
If beer isn’t your drink of choice, don’t fret – there will also be bars exclusively for cider, wine and cocktails.
Vegans and Vegetarians welcome
Vegans and vegetarians are not forgotten either and won’t be left out - some of the festival vendors will be serving up delicious meat free alternatives!
Plenty to see and do
Entertainment options will be aplenty over the weekend. Buskers, big screen broadcasting live AFL games, silent disco for the groovers, carnival rides, carnival games and garden games.
How to get in
All four sessions are open to all-ages. Entry is free for children under 18, accompanied by a legal guardian.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.
General release tickets are now on sale.
To purchase tickets, please visit www.chickenandbeerfestival.com