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The Ultimate Street Festival Is Making Its Way To Paddington For One Day Only Next Week

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence - Staff Writer

The Ultimate Street Festival Is Making Its Way To Paddington For One Day Only Next Week

Experience great art, live music and delicious eats at the Five Ways Festival.

Paddington’s historic Five Ways will be buzzing for a one-day street party replete with art shows, live music and delicious wines. On June 19, as part of the Sydney Solstice festivities, Paddo’s will house a number of distinct musical acts and great eats plus heaps of boutique shopping options.

Local artists and designers will take centerstage as they put their wares on full display. Make sure to head there early to get your hands on some antique trinkets and memorabilia which will be available on sale. Participating brands include LoveDuck and Next Attraction boutiques, much-loved local pottery store Elph Ceramics, scrumptious chocolates from Just William Chocolates and a lot more.

If you’re a fan of iconic tv show Friends, you’ll want to look out for a Friends-themed vintage store selling 80s and 90s designer wear. Sustainable lifestyle lovers can look forward to several goodies from from Ethical by Nature.

Live music enthusiasts can expect a day to remember. Acoustic singer-songwriter Mark Crotti will be playing live apart from Cuban band Caribe and popular DJs Henners and Mo’Funk. The party will start in the morning and go on till late in the evening.

Five Ways Festival will also play host to some amazing food and drink options. Eat Thai, Tequila Mockingbird, The Royal Hotel and Vino e Cucina are just some of the many local venues that will be participating.

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The festival is suitable for all ages and primed to be a fun day for all. Also on site is a kids activation and jumping castle so the kids can keep busy while you shop and dine away.

Mark this day on your calendar and find more information about the festival here.

(Images: Destination NSW)

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