So Auckland and Melbourne have had their turn of Meatstock now it’s time for this delicious festival to hit Sydney, The Sydney event (May 6-7), which caps off the festival’s tour of delicious duty, is now VERY CLOSE to selling out so get your tickets now.
Festival Directors Jay Beaumont and Simon Luke were understandably pumped about the resounding response to this year’s beefed-up Meatstock schedule “After a huge first year, we end the second year of Meatstock back where it all began – Sydney Showground. We’re stoked to be able to cap off Meatstock 2017 with a super-sized helping of what all the festivalgoers loved in 2016.”
Besides prime cuts and primo music, Meatstock’s three signature Wars (Butcher, Barbecue, and Barber, all of which feature a wide array of talent from around the globe) have made a comeback in 2017, along with live demos and workshops. That’s enough to work up anyone’ appetite, so it’s a good thing food trucks and craft beer will again be on-hand to keep attendees nourished – in the most meat-sweaty way possible. Special guest Moerlando ‘Big Moe’ Cason, fan favourite on BBQ Pitmasters,will be on hand to dish out his top tips for low’n’slow to the Sydney crowds.
If you dig your mains with a side of music, then what better way to enjoy excessive meat consumption than before some cranking local tunes from the likes of The Delta Riggs, The Tommyhawks, Bullhorn, and Dusty Boots?
Sunday tickets are still available, but you’d best hurry if you want to be part of Meatstock Sydney 2017!
Free child ticket for under-12s. Child tickets are limited.
Tickets for Meatstock are $35 and available through
by Arrnott Olssen
Editor Rogue Homme