Singers, dancers, jugglers, magicians and more are needed to perform at the annual Splashfest on March 10.
Presented by the City of Nedlands at Swanbourne Reserve, Splashfest is a afternoon of free, water-filled family fun with slides, rides, games, stalls and other activities, embracing WA’s extended summer climate.
A chillout marquee is also on hand for people to take a break from the wet’n’wild fun to sit, relax and enjoy the cavalcade of entertainment on offer.
Nedlands Mayor Max Hipkins said the marquee was a great opportunity for people to showcase their performing abilities, no matter what their talent.
“Splashfest is always popular with youth, children and families, creating a dynamic hub of music, recreation, performance and community,” he said.
“There are plenty of talented people out there and we’re offering a platform for them to share what they’ve got with a wider audience, making Splashfest a prime opportunity for up-and-coming performers.
“Splashfest continues to be a celebration like no other and we’re keen for people to join in with whatever entertainment they have to offer, helping to kick along the summer vibe.
“It’s always a fun day in the sun and the City of Nedlands wants to add to the atmosphere by providing a diverse and eclectic range of performers to watch and listen to, so people can chill at the same time.”
To find out more, contact City of Nedlands Community Development Officer (Youth and Children) Chris Cottle on 9273 3500 or [email protected] Closing date for expressions of interest is January 31.
Harry Josland, left, Mel Kay, Sam Hadlow and Tom Walsh from the band Liberté are joining the call for young performers at Splashfest.
City of Nedlands
The City of Nedlands is situated just 7km from Perth and stretches from the banks of the beautiful Swan River to the edge of the Indian Ocean. A population of more than 21,000 live in the suburbs Nedlands, Dalkeith, Mt Claremont, Swanbourne, Karrakatta, and parts of Floreat and Shenton Park.