Christine Anu joins our Culinary Carnivale Party

Australia’s most iconic female Indigenous entertainer Christine Anu will join our party to headline the entertainment at Culinary Carnivale – Fairfield’s renowned Spanish and Latin American Food Festival.

The festival, which is part of Good Food Month, returns on 21 October with a full menu of traditional food and family-friendly entertainment.

It runs from 11am to 4pm in Spencer and Ware streets, Fairfield.

Mayor of Fairfield City Frank Carbone said Council was pleased to announce Christine Anu as the festival’s headline act this year.

“Christine will bring her amazing voice and energy to Fairfield for our unique festival,” Mayor Carbone said.

“She has a long, distinguished and successful career. She has won an ARIA Award for best female recording artist, has performed at the 2000 Sydney Olympics’ closing ceremony, Carols in the Domain and at many other major events around Australia and overseas.

“This year, the food festival’s seventh year, will once again offer a mouth-watering menu showcasing authentic traditional cuisines from Spain and Latin America.”

Barbeque lovers will be pleased to hear that the hugely popular 10m long asado barbeque returns to cook up pork choripan and pork and beef spare ribs.

There will also be a large range of wonderful Spanish and Latin American treats, such as Spanish seafood paella, empanadas, caramel dulce de leche, churros and gelato.

While you’re tantalising your tastebuds, you can enjoy the family friendly entertainment on offer. As well as Christine Anu, there will be Brazilian dancers, drummers, Mexican singers, amusement rides and many other activities.

 

Entertainment at, and entry to, Culinary Carnivale is free, so save the date and come to Fairfield City Centre and enjoy La Vida Buena (the good life).