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Today, Queensland’s biggest street party, the Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival announces its 3rd “Music Menu” line up and the inaugural Triple M New Music Stage to celebrate 20 years of Caxton Street goodness in 2014!

In a first for the Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival, the Caxton Hotel will play host to Caxton Street’s newest platform, the “Triple M New Music Stage”. Featuring a bevy of talented up and comers, the Triple M New Music Stage is joined effort between the radio station and the festival to promote new music.

The outstanding artists added to the Triple M New Music Stage include Sydney’s Dead in a Second, Brisbane rockers The Strums, fellow locals Diva Demolition (currently charting in the US), the high-octane 1.1.1, the soulful sounds of Nyssa Berger, and North Queensland’s Chasing The Jeffrey.

Already breaming with talent, the festival also adds Caxton Street favourite Dan England to the Hale Street Stage, and late night world music offerings from Azukaa and the Afro Reggae band on the Petrie Terrace Stage.

The Caxton Street Beats stage gets some flavour in 2014, with in-demand South Australian Gambit heading up the stage with a list of locals including festival favourites Johny Laytex, Steel Wheel Sensei, Indie Andy and Trademark Djs.

The already strong Music Menu keeps getting better with previous announcements including Wolfmother, Slim Jim Phantom (The Stray Cats), Sheppard, Ella Hooper, Eurogliders, Tyrone Noonan, Pludo and many more.

So on Sunday June 8th, support your local community and celebrate the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend with a fantastic selection of musicians from home and a-far including Wolfmother & Slim Jim Phantom, a mouth-watering selection of seafood, street food, wine and craft ale!

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    Teresagambaro_headshot"Congratulations on 20 years celebrating Brisbane’s bounty of delicious seafood and wine and access to world class entertainment in and around Caxton Street.  Here’s to another 20 years of this iconic Queensland festival!"

    Main photo"I am a proud supporter of Caxton Street, which is a vibrant and active business precinct. Caxton Street is an important contributor to Brisbane’s economy and each dollar spent in a local business returns many…"

    pm-01"As Local Councillor I congratulate the Caxton Street traders on their charity sponsorship to Wesley Hospital Prostrate Cancer Program. The festival has a long history in the local area and Council is proud to sponsor…"