Brisbane Powerhouse has extended trading hours for the much-loved Night Feast, now kicking off at 2pm for the last Saturday and Sunday.

The month-long celebration of delicious food and immersive art continues to wow locals, with thousands of punters visiting the Feast each night. Perfect for families or a romantic date, Night Feast will be running for only four more days from 23 to 26 March.

Since kick off on 1 March, Night Feast has seen heaving crowds enjoy a smorgasbord of delicious, gourmet foods alongside a complementary art program, including immersive installations, roaming performances and live entertainment.

Night Feast was conceived by Brisbane Powerhouse CEO/Artistic Director Kate Gould and curated by restaurant critic Lizzie Loel and Brisbane Powerhouse Arts Program Director Brad Spolding, with site design by Bruce McKinven (Dark Mofo).

Among the line-up of gourmet greats are hatted chef Philip Johnson (e’cco Bistro), Lyndon Tyers (Donna Chang), winemaker Dave Cush (City Winery), Tuan Nguyen (NGON), Lek Senee (Lek’s Thai) and Patricio Sarno (Mary Mae’s Kitchen & Bar), as well as Adam Wolfers (Gerard’s Bistro), Jerome Dalton (Dalton Catering), Cameron Maiden (Bugster’s by Wine & Dine’m Catering) and Q Park (Uncle Don’s).

Catch Night Feast from 4:30pm to 9pm on weekdays and now 2pm to 9pm on weekends.

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