THE 13th annual Springfest is set to hold a record number of stalls, with 400 already registered to line the foreshore of Lake Wendouree in November.
This year’s festival will run over two days, with a new fine food, wine and beer expo at Durham Point and stalls featuring art, craft, food, clothing, jewellery and giftware.
Oskar Janczenski from Pickleberry Sourdough on Mair Street said he would be displaying two 1.2 metre sourdough loaves at the event.
“We’ll do danishes and other desserts. Last year we sold over 300 danishes in 15 minutes,” he said.
Stall co-ordinator Joan Williams said there would be something for everyone at the festival.
“There will be food, coffee and drinks in every area this year. We have stalls at every possible location,” she said.
Jack and Bart White of the Ballarat Taco Van will be back this year with a creme brulee cart.
The pair are no strangers to Springfest, having run a waffle cart when they were teenagers.
The Whites said they were looking forward to serving customers at the festival.
“They can expect great theatrics, delicious products and a smile on their faces,” the pair said.
Stall registrations close on October 8.
Applications can be found at www.ballaratspringfest.com.au