World Food Markets

Enjoy your warm summer Friday nights with international food and great live music in a relaxed atmosphere!

 

Friday 13 January to 31 March 2017 

Northern Beaches Council’s popular World Food Markets will be at Gilbert Park this summer, Friday nights from 5pm. Please find us on Facebook.

Sit back and relax with friends and family, enjoy excellent food and great music in a beautiful location.

Each week the World Food Markets will present live music for your enjoyment while you taste cuisine from around the world.

The World Food Markets is located in the Alcohol Free Zone and is an alcohol and smoke free event.

Bring your picnic rug - limited tables and chairs are provided. 

 

Tastes  

La Sudaca Food (South American)

Authentic Turkish Gozleme (Turkish)

The Frog Connexion (French Crepes)
Bamboo Story (Chinese)
Zaytoona (Middle Eastern)
Yupin's Thai (Thai)
Pizzeria on the Road (Italian)
Berlin Bangers (German)

Cantina Movil (Mexican)

The Spanish Cook (Spanish)

Natural Pancake (Dutch Pancakes)

Entertainment

We provide a great range of music for every friday night. Make sure you bring your dancing shoes as it will be a great family atmosphere for big and small!

 

13th January 2017

Dirty Martinis (Funk, Soul Disco, Modern Classics)

 
20th January 2017
CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
 
27th January 2017

Daddy Longlegs & Swamp Donkeys (Swamp Blues)

 
3rd February 2017

Jaz & Jesse (Jazz, Blues, Contemporary, R'n'B & Funk)

 

 10th February 2017

Ellis

The Malts

 

 17th February 2017

 CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

 

 24th February 2017

 Bad Brew

 

 3rd March 2017

 CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

 

 10th March 2017

 The Escalators (Swing, Soul & Reggae)

 

 17th March 2017

 CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

 

 24th March 2017

 Taj Ralph

 Ellis and The Band

 

 31st March 2017

 Vicky Turner Band (blend of Funk, Soul, Rhythm, Blues & Motown Classics)

 

Location

World Food Markets will happen again in Gilbert Park. See map below.

Map Gilbert Park

For a larger map click here