Sydney’s Burger & Beats party announces food, beer, and music lineup

Ever been to Work Shop on Cleveland Street? It’s just about one of the coolest, decked-out warehouse spaces in the area, regularly offering up masterclasses on a wide variety of activities, hobbies, and necessary life skills. From this Friday (April 1st), the space will also be home to Sydney’s newest pop-up party, aptly named Burgers & Beats, roping in some of the finest flippers in town to offer up burgers, shakes, and sides for four-hours of non-stop eating, drinking, and dancing courtesy of DJ sets by – for this launch event – Wax Witches and Craig Atkins.

Three of the most acclaimed burger joints in Sydney, all of which receive high praise on the regular from the 50,000+ social media collective Fatties Burger Appreciation Society, will be coming on board for this event to form a lineup which the organisers have promised to shake-up for every event. Their coming out swinging hard though, with Redfern’s unstoppable Milk Bar by Cafe Ish headlining alongside the recently expanded Cheeky Burger and increasingly popular La Perouse staple Bare Grill & Cafe.

These three burger institutions will be joined by Paper Street Ice Cream Company, who will take care of those dessert cravings, while bevvies will be sorted by the forever-popping-up Young Henrys and Coors Australia.

Tickets for entry are just $10 and can be purchased from HERE. For those who can still walk after the 6pm-10pm party, the organisers have also locked in a kick-on nearby at The Chippendale Hotel (from 10pm), which is also now home to Cheeky Burger.

Work Shop
Crn Cleveland & Eveleigh Street, Redfern
6-10pm || Friday 1st April

Image:: Burgers and Beats.

The organisers will be announcing more parties throughout the year. Stay up to date with all the Burger and Beats movements HERE

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Chris Singh

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