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Is It Possible The Cricket Just Got Even Better?

By Sophia McMeekin
4th Jan 2016

Cricket One Day International Event

A day out at the cricket is an institution, and just about one of the best things to do in the Aussie summer with your pals. But—until now—there’s always been one arena where the cricket was kind of a let down: the food. Don’t get us wrong, there’s a time and place for a hot chip (plenty, actually), but the cricket wasn’t a sport we associated with the best eats around. But, all that is about to change.

Enter epic foodie festival, Field of Flavours. Cricket fans, things are about to get tasty.

An International food market of epic proportions, Field of Flavours is about to roll into the Victoria Bitter One Day International events in Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney. A delicious scrum of authentic food trucks and local vendors, Field of Flavours will be on hand to cater to all your match-day munchies. Whether you’re chasing a pre-match meal or need some sustenance throughout the day, they’ve got your back.

Covering off just about every delicious cuisine in the world, including Indian, Vietnamese street food, Mexican, Jamaican and more, Field of Flavours is up there with the hottest foodie events of the year. Plus, you can watch the cricket while you’re munching. Bonus!

This foodie event has turned what was already an awesome day out into a total ripper, and is a must for any food fans, so grab your gang and get yourself there.

To find out more about this epic foodie-cricket mash up and to book your match tickets, visit www.fieldofflavours.com.au.

Where & When

WACA Perth | Australia v India, January 12
MCG Melbourne | Australia v India, January 17
SCG Sydney | Australia v India, January 23

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Image credit: Ariana Gillrie

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