If you are lover of all thing’s pork then 2018 is your year!
Bacon Fest will take over the South Burnett - the Kingaroy festival will be a three-day event, from August 24-26, show casing the joy of cooking and eating bacon.
The festival is in the early stages but organisers hope to use the Kingaroy Town Hall precinct as the home ground for the festival.
Friday will open with a pork industry conference hosted by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries in the hall.
Following the conference will be a Wine and Swine cocktail party, which will include a range of local produce paid with tasty porcine treats.
Brisbane ska band The Porkers are already booked to perform on the evening.
Saturday will play host to an ‘Eat Street’ style market with speciality pork food-trucks lining Glendon Street. Also planned will be a long table breakfast and activities in the park for families.
Australasian Barbecue Alliance will host a regional barbecue competition on Saturday also.
Source: South Burnett Times