Two days of festivities
GET set to be entertained at the familyfriendly Corymbia Festival on Saturday March 7, featuring an exciting new two-day program.
Forrestfield musicians in the band The Wal-Tones will be bringing something fresh to the Corymbia Festival with their original blend of alternative country, rockabilly and pop.
The band are about to release a CD and will be at the event to showcase their music.
Shire President Sue Bilich said on Saturday, from 2pm to 8pm, there would be free rides and activities for all ages, a BMX exhibition, food and two stages with live music.
A highlight of the night will be the fireworks spectacular, which will launch to life over Hartfield Park just after sunset.
The Sunday morning “Breakfast On The Grass” will be held at Jacaranda Springs Park and will include delicious breakfast options and free entertainment 9am-11am.
Hartfield Park is located on Morrison Road in Forrestfield. Jacaranda Springs Park is on Foxton Boulevard in High Wycombe. The Corymbia festival is a drugand alcohol-free event.
For more information contact 9257 9953 or visit www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/events.
Forrestfield band The Wal-Tones will be playing at the Festival.