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Krackers own Eat St event

Krackers Operations Manager and Keppel Bay Sailing Club Manager can't wait to host Tracks N Tunes at Krackers on July 29. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror
Krackers Operations Manager and Keppel Bay Sailing Club Manager can't wait to host Tracks N Tunes at Krackers on July 29. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror Contributed RCC

BRINGING a little bit of Bris-Vegas to Yeppoon, Trucks N Tunes at Krackers Bar and Grill is set to be our very own version of Eat Street.

Keppel Bay Sailing Club manager Julie Strudwick said she hopes the event will be the first of many come July 29.

"We wanted to bring a little of the southern Queensland food culture to the Capricorn Coast and for us, it was important to make the event a family friendly affair so everyone can join in the fun," Ms Strudwick said.

"It will be a very nice way to wind down after the working week, taste a variety of foods, sit back and just relax.

"We have invited a good selection of food van operators to join the event and will have rides and activities for the children as well as live local entertainment, barefoot bowls and raffles. The lawns at Krackers will come alive from 5pm and we are inviting the entire community to come and join the fun."

Ms Strudwick said Krackers Bar and Grill at Yeppoon Bowls Club is the ideal venue for the Trucks N Tunes event.

"Located in Bowls St, it is right in the heart of town where we have spacious outdoor and indoor areas to bring the event alive with activities for the young as well as the young at heart.

"Being a not-for-profit organisation with a firm commitment to the community, we are thrilled to be hosting this event for the Cap Coast."

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