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Treat your taste buds at Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter

Published Monday, 23rd March 2015

Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter attendees are in for a real treat at this year’s event which features even more new and delicious food vendors.

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On Saturday, 11 April Liddell Park, Girrawheen will turn into a mecca for foodies with cuisines from all over the world on offer. 

Sample Franco-Vietnamese street food at Baguette Me Not or try a delicious Colombian empanada lovingly made by Marcelita. 

McCoffee and Lady Latte will take care of all your caffeine requirements and there will be sweet treats available at Braza Churros, Perfect Poffertjes and Zest Ice cream. Food vendors will operate until 9pm with allergy friendly and vegetarian options available.

This is a strictly smoke and alcohol free event. Security will be conducting bag checks and will confiscate any alcoholic beverages.   

Full list of food vendors: 
Lady Latte
Zest Ice cream
Perfect Poffertjes (Dutch) 
Sabor Latino (South American)
McCoffee
Gladiator Wood Fired Pizza (Italian)
Satay on Charcoal (Malaysian) 
El Asador (Argentinian)
Bangkok Jump Street (Thai)  
Meast (Middle Eastern) 
Baguette Me Not (Franco-Vietnamese) 
Marcelita's Empanadas (Colombian)
Captain Bobo's (German)

Tickets to Global Beats & Eats are free but essential, and will be available exclusively to City of Wanneroo residents online from Monday 30 March 2015. Any remaining tickets will be available to the general public from Friday 3 April.

Keep checking the City's Facebook page for hints on the headliner. Remember the first person to correctly guess this international artist will win an exciting Global Beats & Eats experience.

Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter is proudly brought to you by the City of Wanneroo and is sponsored by Healthway, The Wanneroo Times and 96FM

For more information visit the City's website, Facebook page or telephone 9405 5000.

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