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When you enter the gates you’ll be given your boarding pass for a round the world tour of international experiences. Each food region will be accompanied by relevant cultural music and arts performances to complete the international experience.

Deakin Onyx

About Deakin Onyx! "The Deakin University Cheerleading Club are very excited to be performing at the International Street Food Festival on Saturday March 19th and Sunday March 20th. Deakin Cheer is a not-for-profit university club run by a student body affiliated with the Deakin University Student Association (DUSA).  Cheerleading is one of the fastest growing […]...

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Stellar Remnants

About Stellar Remnants When you think Neo Soul vs Future Beat, think Stellar Remnants. A band making waves in the year 2015. Stellar Remnants command the dancefloor with their blend of Jilted beats and modern soul. Having created a buzz in the Melbourne music with their introduction in 2015, Stellar Remnants is on the verge of their […]...

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Average Rap Band

About Average Rap Band   From the derelict coffee shop waste land of Smith Street, Melbourne come two dyslexic track pant enthusiasts with nothing else going for them but a talent to make pointless words rhyme in succession and a knack for petty theft. After their former critically acclaimed, award losing group @peace imploded upon itself […]...

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Echo Drama

About Echo Drama Fronted by the dynamic vocal duo of South African Soul singer May Parley and rising Melbourne emcee Sinks, 9-piece Dub, Reggae, Hip Hop outfit Echo Drama push the boundaries of Jamaican and Urban music from traditional Roots to new school Ragga flavours. The result is a sound at once steeped in the traditions […]...

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Nhatty Man

About Nhatty Man With a mesmerizing stage performance and a huge smile always intact, Nhatty lacks anything but energy. Nhatty’s life has gone in a million ways he never anticipated. After dropping out from a civil engineering degree in his second year, he started a new journey as a DJ. This entrance into the music industry […]...

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Papa Chango

About Papa Chango Subterranean trance-like movements of afro-beat mashed-up with psychedelic guitar lines and scatterings of broken brass is the order and Papa Chango delivers like no other. Unique in this thriving Melbourne scene they take it to the gritty edge, melding banging technique with playful exuberance. This Melbourne based 9-piece brings audiences to a […]...

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Kooyeh

About Kooyeh The Kooyeh dub collective wants to make you feel good. This explosive act combines an articulate synthesis of musical styles with outstanding songwriting to produce a high quality sonic experience like no other. In demand by the festival circuit, they have been invited to front audiences at events such as: Rainbow Serpent, Strawberry Fields, […]...

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The Seven Ups

About The Seven Ups Blending influences from 1970s Nigerian Afrobeat with the deepest of street Funk, The Seven Ups are the original 7-piece party band out of Melbourne. Expect unrestrained solos by unkempt horns over an unpretentious rhythm section whose only interest is laying it down! Career highlights for the band so far have included […]...

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The Sengambian Jazz Band

About The Sengambian Jazz Band "Channeling influences from Gambia, Senegal, Ethiopia, Australia and beyond, The Senegambian Jazz Band bring a joyful, trans-national beat to the dance floor. Spearheaded by the legendary Amadou Suso, audiences are transported through the spirit of 760 years of Kora tradition. A direct descendent of the worlds first Kora player through […]...

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The Cactus Channel

About The Cactus Channel Trying to tune in to The Cactus Channel all night and then finally, out of all the interference and noise, comes the signal I’ve been looking for. Reverb-drenched guitars and heavy, ominous drums begin. A picture becomes clearer then disappears again. Then another. There’s no front-man. There’s no singing. There are horns, tape delay, organ and synthesizers. It’s a soundtrack to something kind of exotic, but […]...

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Royalty Noise

About Royalty Noise Intergalactic musical navigators descending from the motherland diaspora (and other lands) to Melbourne town and BOOM! Royalty Noise is born. When the lyrical sweet harmonies of hip-hop lift unforgettable falsettos, ‘fresh’ has a new meaning.  When the band met they instantly found a common ground through the love of poetics with soulful beats […]...

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During the day the entertainment will focus on family friendly music and interactive activities. At night the festival will heat up and evolve into a genuine party atmosphere with carnival style visual shows.

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