Please note, all City of Wanneroo libraries, Wanneroo Regional Museum and Wanneroo Aquamotion will be closed for Anzac Day.
Published Tuesday, 21st February 2017
Come along and enjoy free entry to a foodies and music lovers’ fiesta at Paloma Park in Marangaroo on Saturday, 18 March.
Perth’s very own San Cisco will be performing and there will be eats from all over the world at the City of Wanneroo’s Global Beats & Eats Festival presented by LiveLighter.
The stage will also be set alight with soulful Seychelles islander Grace Barbe, multitalented Margaret River duo Salt Tree, high energy surf/dub/rock band Caravana Sun and Melbourne based quintet Jakubi, who will bring their sizzling buffet of pop, R&B, hip-hop and rock to life with an explosive performance.
Be entertained by colourful roving musicians and dancers who will take your breath away. There’s plenty of family-friendly activities including face painting, bouncy castle, photo booth and drum making craft workshops.
Take your taste buds on an epic journey around the world with over 20 of Perth’s best food vans offering a smorgasbord of mouth-watering cuisines. Take a trip to Tokyo with Japanese street food from Ninja Cuisine or say bonjour to France with sweet and savoury crepes from Le Crepe de Paris.
Food vendors include:
Global Beats & Eats presented by LiveLighter
Saturday 18 March 2017
Paloma Park, Marangaroo
4pm – 9.30pm
Tickets will be released to residents at 9am Monday 20 February. General Public tickets 9am Friday 3 March.
Further information and tickets: www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au/gbe
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