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The End of the Line Festival

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The End of the Line Festival

Time: November 8, 2014 from 10am to 10pm
Location: Woolloongabba
Street: Little Logan Rd
City/Town: Wooloongabba
Website or Map: http://www.theendofthelinefes…
Event Type: free festival
Organized By: The End of the Line Festival
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2014

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Event Description

Dates:
8 Nov 2014
Location:
Little Logan Road, Woolloongabba
Tickets:
Free entry
Ages:
All ages

theendofthelinefestival.com/

The End of the Line Festival is a new street celebration showcasing the Woolloongabba precinct’s unique characteristics of urban fine dining and antiques.

Set to take place on Saturday 8 November this is an event that vintage, food and music lovers alike should have penciled into their diaries.

Absolutely Fabulous will have an eclectic mix of vintage and new gift ideas available for you to hunt through. They sell vintage-furniture, glass and ceramics from the late 40′s through to early 80′s. AbFab is also known for its eclectic range of jewellery, handbags and luggage, novelty gifts’ for the person who has everything’, greeting cards that make you laugh or blush and a vast range of homeware products.

The Woolloongabba Antique Centre will also be a big part of the festival. The centre will bring together an eclectic mix of vintage and antique dealers and traders to create a collectors and pickers paradise called the Substation Antiques Collective. Based in the shadow of the old electrical substation in Jurgens St Park, the collective will centre around a version of the centre’s milk bar cafe.

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