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The Ultimate Cheat Day – Brisbane’s First Dessert Festival!

By Sandy Taylor

West End’s very own Musgrave park will host the cheat day of your dreams Sunday 3rd June with the Sweet As Dessert Festival bringing you a excessive amount of deliciousness. Presented by The World Food Markets, there will be everything your sweet tooth could imagine including brownies, cheese, chocolate, coffee, cupcakes, doughnuts, gelatos, ice-creams, macarons, marsh mallows, meringues, popsicles, sorbets, waffles and more from an awesome line-up of 45 of Brisbane’s best dessert makers. This is a judgement free zone (unless you enter into the ice cream eating competition) and you can have dessert for breakfast, brunch or lunch. There will also be street food, live music, pop-up bars, kids activities and entertainment throughout the day. Ben Ungermann of Masterchef fame is going to be there with Ungermann brothers bringing to the eagerly waiting public their sweet ice cream creations and we can’t wait! Lemon lime bitters, Lavender, Bacon and pecan, Salted Caramel and Fairy Breading! If all of this is making your mouth water, than you can buy tickets online, presale tickets are cheaper than gate prices, you get free transport with Translink to the event and it helps the amazing team from the World Food Markets plan better. Click here to buy tickers.

Musgrave Park

Sunday 3rd June

10am – 5pm

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