As for the event itself, I was rather disappointed with it all. The only entertainment were some kpop dancers that were on before we arrived, the cosplay parade and a couple of stilt walkers. I guess you could call the dj's entertainment, but it was a really terrible choice. What I could hear of the music was what sounded like pretty ordinary american rap. So, after the cosplay parade, the entertainment seemed to end. I picked up some food from one of the few vendors there. Only one was actually selling asian food, which I found really odd. My takoyaki was awesome, but it would have been nice if there were more options.
After eating and mingling for about 20 minutes, we decided to head home. Overall, the event was a bit lack lustre. There were so many things that could have been provided as entertainment. I think the organisers just didn't realise that they would need to put things on the stage and provide some form of entertainment for their attendees. I'm not sure that I would bother going again next year. It doesn't help that it was on in February - the middle of our horrid, humid Aussie summer. And while I am not a fan of cosplaying in summer, it was made even worse by the fact that this was an outdoor event with no air-con relief.