What Awaits Patrons at Mt Gravatt Marketta for January 2018

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Evening market get-togethers, sumptuous food, live music, cocktail and wine bar, and boutique beer are all business as usual at the Mt Gravatt Marketta as it kicks off 2018 with a full January schedule. Happening as usual every Saturday, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the street food market takes after its sister, the Miami Marketta of the Gold Coast, and serves up lots of good vibes and weekend partying for the first month of the new year.

Launched in August of 2016, Mt Gravatt Marketta prides itself with an excellent collection of food stalls that it invites to participate. Over time, as the market built its credibility, it has become sort of expected for people to be served unique cuisine offerings. These days, what they wait for is the interesting line-up of bands and the set lists that would keep them company as they eat and drink the night away.

Here is the list of performers that are all set to entertain guests this January at the Mt Gravatt Marketta.

Hello Tut Tut on 6th January

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Hello Tut Tut is known for their fun and energetic performances. They also perform their original music for people to get a taste of their rich European roots. They also carry out renditions of the Klezmer, Balkan, Gypsy, and Latin musical traditions. In each of their acts, Hello Tut Tut combines their original style as they also belt out contemporary dance music; hence, they have been the favourite among those who eat and breath partying and dancing.

Mick Buckley & The Hepcats on 13th January

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Known for its rockability, rock ‘n roll, and jump swing music, Mick Buckley & The Hepcats is a fixture to any party scene. Mick Buckley also boasts of an extensive experience in the music industry, not just locally but internationally as well.

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Mick had his first brush with fame as the drummer for The Radiators. He then became a solo pianist, performing rock, swing, and boogie and had since been known for his feel-good music.

Throughout his career, Mick has attained Platinum and Gold album sales and has performed in concerts and festivals around Australia and the US. At some point, he has also been the front man and lead vocalist for the School for Scandal & The Big Heat. In the US, he played the piano in some of the most iconic places in New Orleans, Nashville Tennessee, Michigan, and Texas.

Joe Tee & Afrodisa Band on the 20th January

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Joe Tee & Afrodisa Band is known for playing African party songs, Reggae, calypso, Latino, 70s, 80s, 90s, old school, motown, as well as modern hip hop, R & B, and rock and roll.

Joe Tee arrived in Melbourne in 1984 from Ghana. He formed the Afrodisa band in 1988. The band had since been a regular act in major festivals in the country such as the Melbourne Music festival, St. Kilda festival, Moomba Festival, Piccolo Speleto Festival and many more.

The Steele Syndicate on 27th January

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The band is known for playing old school funk, reggae, ska, and indie rock. They have played regularly across known music venues in Brisbane and have performed at The Sydney Opera House. Among its many accolades are headlining a Sunshine Coast festival, touring the Byron Bay, and playing on a yacht off Mooloolaba. The band has also won the Sigma Stockies Band Competetion in 2016 and the Brightside Homegrown Battle of the Bands in 2015.

In 4th August 2016, the Steele Syndicate has debut its album titled “Antipodes”. The album’s launch in Newstead has been attended by 600 fans and its sing “Where I need To be” has been receiving nationwide attention as it continues to play on local radio stations.

At the heart of Mt Gravatt is Still the Good Food

As always, the marketta will feature 60 different food stalls and food trucks, all at reasonable prices. Some of the street food stalls joining the marketta are:

· Hugh’s Bulgogi Korean Food

· Samba Catering Co. which serves authentic Spanish paella, Brazillian moqueca, and Char-grilled BBQ

Chicken & Spanish Chorizo
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· District 1’s rice paper rolls packed with prawns, chicken and tofu

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District 1 aims to be Brisbane’s Ho Chi Minh City. It looks forward to become the hub where people gather to chomp down the quirkiest street food.

· The Barrio’s super spicy Filipino skewers

Skewers
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The Barrio brings to Brisbane Filipino and Latin-Asian fusion cuisines. They serve meals created from recipes passed down from their families.

· Mussel Brothers’ fresh and juicy seafood

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Mt Gravatt Marketta is at 41 Broadwater Rd, Mount Gravatt QLD 4122