Sydney’s Bleu Blanc Rouge (BBR) Festival begins this week in Circular Quay and Customs House Square, in celebration of Bastille Day.
Bleu Blanc Rouge (like the colours of the French flag) began in 2013 and this year, the festival will be set over four full days. Kicking off on Thursday 14 July to finish on Sunday 17 July the festival includes three main sections of exhibitors, French cooking classes, performances and lots more:
- 56 food and wine stalls from nine different countries
- An open air cinema with daily screenings of 10 French Cult Movies
- A Bastille Day Free French Party on Thursday 14 July 2016 from 6pm
- A free Cabaret Show on Friday 15 July 2016 at 7pm
- A free DJ Party on Saturday 16 July 2016 from 7pm
- A 54 sqm cooking class pavilion – 10 ticketed masterclasses with French chefs over 4 days
- A main stage with 14 free live concerts over 4 days
- Street artists and performances over 4 days
Sydneysiders can find out more about how to head along at the BBR website.