This Saturday (October 4), the Spring Hill Alive Festival will take place in Boundary Street, Spring Hill, with music, market stalls, street dining, pop-up bars, cultural celebrations, classic movies and a pool party at the recently refurbished Spring Hill Baths.
In the tradition of the Spring Hill Fair established by the late Cecilia McNally in 1973, Spring Hill Alive will transform the streets of this historic inner-city Brisbane suburb into a hub of food, and entertainment.
Just three days out from the festival, event organisers are yet to announce the set times of the various musical acts, however Sampology has been confirmed as the headline performer. You will need to visit the festival website or follow Spring Hill Alive on Facebook for updates.
Spring Hill Alive runs from 10:00am to 9:00pm this Saturday (October 4) and entry is $5.00 for adults, with kids free.