Lots of interesting and artistic market stalls offer a great range of treasures for visitors to buy with many local artisans displaying their works. And, of course, there’s a delicious selection of international foods available for you to enjoy such as Thai food, Dutch pancakes, German sausages, wood fired pizzas, vegetarian food, alongside all the usual festival foods.
Lots of other live entertainment keeps the crowds jumping throughout the Festival. Each year headline acts are backed up by local talented musicians, as well as fabulous dancing performed by the Nahlah Sahara Dancers, and the fun of the AWSUM Ukelele Club
A great selection of amusement rides also bring a smile to many a face, young and old alike, from mini jeeps, super slides, the Rock Wall and so much more.
Each year held at 7pm on Saturday night, the sky bursts overhead with amazing fireworks, sponsored by Ergon Energy, stunning the audience as they burst spectacularly in a display to rival any seen at other events. As the fireworks die away, the main stage becomes the focus with a great line up of entertainment to get everyone dancing.
Sunday at the festival is family day with lots of activities and fun for the kids to enjoy and more great entertainment on the main stage…