It's no secret that Liverpool is home to an array of tantalising international flavours.WENDY WALLER, Liverpool mayor
This year's Eat Your Heart Out Liverpool will light up Norfolk Serviceway on Saturday, August 31, from 1pm to 9pm, with live music, arts, culture and an array of food.
Liverpool mayor Wendy Waller said the festival's food truck line-up included returning favourites like Dirty Bird, Lambda and a pop-up bar from Macquarie Bistro alongside stalls from Indian Taste Liverpool, Al Israa Lebanese Sweets and other local restaurants and food outlets.
"I'm so pleased to see so many of the businesses around our festival site taking part," Councillor Waller said.
"It's no secret that Liverpool is home to an array of tantalising international flavours and I'm excited to see this reflected in the food offerings at Eat Your Heart Out.
"Set your taste buds tingling with food from around the globe, including a range of Sydney's best food trucks alongside pop-up-shops from local favourites," Councillor Waller said. "I look forward to celebrating with Liverpool and beyond."
Aria-nominated hip-hop artist L-FRESH The LION headlines an impressive list of performers brought together by Settlement Services International (SSI) - an organisation dedicated to helping newly-arrived migrants settle in to life in Australia.
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Dance crew Shaun Parker & Co return to the festival with a brand new performance. Bindi Bosses present the Desi Dance Experience in what promises to be an action-packed 45-minute stage show featuring a collection of South Asian artists.
Milan Ring, the Australian Arabic Band, Dereb The Ambassador, DJ Fly Waves and Flower Boy will take the stage to complete a line-up that SSI Arts and Culture Producer Raphael Brasil brought together to reflect the diversity of everyday life in western Sydney.
"We've invited a wide range of performers that we believe the community will love to see on the stage," Mr Brasil said. "Sounds, movements, lyrics, colours and rhythms with which we identify."
For the children there will be free face painting, Garden Games and napkin painting workshops with the Little Orange, a Campbelltown Arts Centre working studio for contemporary western Sydney artists who identify with a disability.
And for the shoppers there will be market stalls powered by The Westies showcasing a selection of art and locally-made artisanal goods.