Stage set for a fantastic World Music Festival 28th and 29th January, will be broadcast live on 88.3
A talented line up of musicians will perform at the spectacular 2012 Globe to Globe World Music Festival being held at Namatjira Park in Springs Road, Clayton South on Saturday 28 January from (12noon-10pm) and on Sunday 29 January (from 12noon-6pm).
Proudly presented by the City of Kingston, this fantastic event showcases the very best in world music over two stages, as well as a range of dance, craft and cooking workshops, cuisine from around the globe and rides and entertainment.
The World Music Stage will feature performances by talented world musicians including: Ajak Kwai, Musiki Manjaro, Sol Nation, FutureRoots Sound System, Passi Jo and Warako Musica, Ska Vendors and Beth George.
A range of cultural performances will be presented on the folkloric stage and there will also be workshops in salsa, African dance, belly dance and flamenco for people to try.
The Festival, now in its 12th year, has grown to become one of the most highly regarded world music festivals in Victoria showcasing cultural diversity and world music. Many thousands of people attend the two day event each year.
Major Festival attractions
- World music and folkloric stages featuring outstanding performers.
- Dance, craft and cooking workshops.
- Exotic cuisine.
- Rides and amusements.
- A spectacular fireworks display.
Entry to the event is a gold coin donation. For further information contact Keryn Fisher on 9581 4691 or visit: www.kingston.vic.gov.au
Listen live: Southern FM will be broadcasting the entire festival live on 88.3FM and online at www.southernfm.com.au
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY
Victorian Multicultural Commission, Leader Newspapers, South East Water, and 88.3 Southern FM