CAROLS ON SONG
IT’S a long way from home for North Pole resident Frosty the Snowman, and with the Aussie summer heat about to set in he’s a little worried there may be less of him soon.
Frosty left his snowy home to join the team of festive entertainers for the Burswood Park Carols this weekend.
“It’s not great for us snowmen to be outside under the sun in the Perth summer, so we are doing everything we can to hold ourselves together for this year’s special concert under the stars,” Frosty said.
“As long as I don’t melt the days before, I’ll be there to join in the fun and festivities.”
The carols will be held on December 13 with a wide range of live entertainment starting from 6.30pm.
Burswood Park manager Bruce Hawkins said the event was one of the highlights of Perth’s Christmas season.
“The carols, held on the picturesque Burswood Park foreshore, are always well attended and full of Christmas cheer,’ Mr Hawkins said.
“The banks of the Swan River will come alive with festive spirit.”
The Burswood Park Carols boasts performances from the Canning City Brass Band, Johnny Young Talent Team of WA, Take Note Singers and the Coastal Scottish Pipe Band WA.
Perth media personality Monika Kos will host the event alongside Graeme Butler.
More than 4000 people attended the carols in 2014.