Cbus Property would like to invite you to join us at the upcoming Langston Weekender festival, to be held in Epping over three huge days, starting at 5pm on Friday 30 November - only two weeks away!
The Langston Weekender will bring to north-west Sydney a fantastic lineup of food and beverage titans, including Knafeh, Koi Dessert Bar, Brickfields Bakery, Pepe Saya, Olsson’s Salt, Bretzelwagen, Adamo’s Pasta, Satriale’s Deli, Mecca Coffee and Choux Patisserie.
There will also be a special food truck zone with vendors such as Burgers by Josh, The Wienery, Tsuru, Chicken Hustle and Sparky’s Jerk Barbecue, while a specially-converted off-street venue known as ‘The Underground’ will present a range of live music acts complemented by alcoholic beverage providers such as Wayward Brewing Co, The Welder’s Dog and Riot Wine Co.
Live art will be performed by Andrew Dennis (formerly known as ‘Jumbo’), who recently created a COLOURFUL PUBLIC WALKWAY at The Langston, while renowned Vivid sculptural designer Zara Pasfield will bring her unique art installations to the event.
Community market stalls, kids’ entertainment and educational workshops will also be on offer over the course of the weekend.
Please feel free to come down and enjoy the festivities – click on our FACEBOOK EVENT to confirm your attendance!
Full event details are below:
12-22 Langston Place, Epping
Friday, 30 November, 5pm to 10pm
Saturday, 1 December, 10am to 10pm
Sunday, 2 December, 10am to 5pm
For people travelling to The Langston Weekender, public transport is encouraged.
The event is located only 100 metres from Epping railway station, which has direct rail services from the CBD, Strathfield and Hornsby.
The railway line is currently closed for services between Epping and Chatswood - Station Link bus routes SL1, SL6 and SL7 are replacing these train services. Alternatively, bus routes M54, 288 and 291 travel between Macquarie Centre/Macquarie Park and Epping. These services travel along Pembroke Street, directly adjacent to The Langston Weekender event.
There is limited public street parking around the site.