Wednesday, March 13, 2013
To add to the texture, our festival is not simply a local community organism. Since 1994, well over 2000 Australian and International musicians have graced our three stages. With its long history of supporting live music, this one festival has provided support for several burgeoning Australian musical careers and is coveted by artists from across the globe. This year you will see Australian Music Legends perform alongside today’s shining stars as well as the pick of Australia’s crop of Emerging Artists!
If you are a Music Fan don’t miss this year’s special Event! http://caxtonstseafoodandwinefestival.com/2013/music/
Monday, March 11, 2013
Caxton is the street where much of Brisbane history has long been made.Some of Queensland’s oldest and lovingly preserved buildings –the Lord Alfred (1870), the Caxton (1884) and Baroona Hall (1883) line the Street with distinctive character while the fabric of the Caxton Street precinct itself has always been about community.
No other precinct in Brisbane can match the flavour of Caxton Street’s unique community and history. Since the early 1900s, the Caxton Hotel has maintained a tradition of family owned and operated business while the Gambaros restaurant dynasty opened their fish and chip shop on Caxton Street in 1953. It is here where the story of Caxton Street’s iconic Seafood and Wine Festival begins.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
If you have photos of last weekends Festival, feel free to post them on our Facebook pages. Many of the Festival Artists have purchased shots from Festival Goers over the past few years so please show us what you captured on the day!
Sunday, May 6, 2012
The Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival finishes at 10pm and Caxton Street itself reopens to traffic from 11pm. However the party doesn’t stop then as the official Festival After Party takes you to the wee hours. Check out the Hotels, Clubs and Bars on Caxton Street to take you right through to dawn! Thanks for sharing the Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival with us. See you next year!
Be a good neighbor. Caxton Street is a community – a community that share celebration and a community where people live. Let’s work together and put your rubbish in the bins provided no on the street or in someone’s garden. There are plenty of security, police and volunteers around so please work with us to love our community.