Sugar Mountain Festival – January 2016

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Music Festival Sugar Mountain has a food lineup… and it’s bloody good

Known to Melburnians as a brilliant music/arts hybrid event, Sugar Mountain is now seriously stepping up its foodie game with an awesome lineup of food partners/events for the 2016 festival!

Foodies can make a serious day of it, with delicious morsels on offer to satisfy the very loudest of festival-going stomach grumbles.

This year, Sugar Mountain will host its first-ever Sensory Restaurant, incorporating the talents of band Cut Copy, design studio Tin&Ed and the delicious modern Spanish offerings of Bomba to bring you an immersive restaurant experience that titillates ALL of the senses (not just taste!).


On top of this, there will be a veritable feast to be had between acts like Courtney Barnett and Hot Chip – Shane Delia’s new kebab joint Biggie Smalls is coming to the party, along with posh vegetarian joint Transformer, Chinatown’s Belleville Eatery and Prahran’s beloved Vietnamese eatery Hanoi Hannah. All the meats and Americana satiation will be served up to you courtesy of MeatMother and Leonard’s House of Love, and The Beaufort and Black Pearl will be on hand to wet your whistle on a hot January day. We don’t know about you, but we think the food alone is worth a trip to Sugar Mountain.

The Festival will be held on January 23, 2016 at the Victorian College of the Arts.

For more info and to purchase tickets, visit the Sugar Mountain website.

Sugar Mountain Festival

Saturday, 23 January, 2016

Victorian College of the Arts

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