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Wu-Tang Clan Are Bringing NY-Style Hot Dog Trucks To Sydney & Melbourne This Weekend

12 May 2023 | 1:51 pm | Jessie Lynch

You'll also have the chance to win a vinyl record or concert tickets to Wu-Tang's NY State of Mind tour.

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They may not eat green eggs and ham, but Wu-Tang Clan are bringing a bit of New York to Sydney and Melbourne this weekend with New York-style hot dog trucks that will be giving out free hot dogs in celebration of their NY State of Mind tour with Nas.

Not only are the hotdogs free, but fans who head down to Centenary Square, Parramatta, or The Glen Shopping Centre, Glen Waverly, from 12-2 pm will also have the chance to win a vinyl record or concert tickets to Wu-Tang's NY State of Mind tour. 

Family-led food trucks Lil Groovers in Sydney and Mr Fresh in Melbourne, who have both been serving the community for decades, will be using special Wu-Tang-branded trucks for the occasions. 

They will offer both meat and vegetarian hot dog options and will use biodegradable materials, so be sure to round up the crew and head down to celebrate the hip-hop legends.

In other Wu-Tang news, GZA, the “spiritual head” of the Wu-Tang Clan, will also be offering fans the chance for fans to play chess with him for a special event hosted by Melbourne rye whiskey distiller The Gospel.

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On Monday, 15 May, The Gospel kicks off its new event series, The Fanatics, by putting on a speed chess competition in collaboration with the music superstar. Special meet and greet with GZA and general admission tickets are now available, with the event set to take place at 75 Reid Street, Fitzroy North.

Two rounds of eight players will run every half hour starting from 5:00 pm, with the winners of each round getting the chance to go head-to-head with GZA.

Tickets for The Fanatics Series: Chessboxing with GZA of Wu-Tang start from $20 and are now available from The Gospel's website.