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Published on 30 October 2019

Groove and Graze at Hopetoun Gardens

On Saturday 26 October, Council held its first Groove and Graze event for the 2019–20 series. Held at Halley Park in Bentleigh, more than 2,000 people braved the wintery Melbourne weather to enjoy food trucks galore and a cool line-up of live local bands and vocalists.

The second event in the popular Groove and Graze series will take place on Sunday 17 November at Hopetoun Gardens, Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick.

To be held from 12pm to 8pm, there will be an exciting line-up of young local musicians at this free family and pet friendly event, including Teenage Dads, Eske, Rich Webb Band, Bigots, Barefoot Bowls Club and Liz Tsaga.

A selection of craft beers and wines will also be available, along with some of the best of Melbourne’s mobile fare served from food trucks.

For further information, contact Council’s Service on 9524 3333, visit www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/groove or www.facebook.com/gleneiraarts

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