Thou­sands ex­pected at beach gig

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

THE Town of Cam­bridge an­tic­i­pates up to 2000 peo­ple at the sec­ond Cel­e­brate City Beach event.

Held to draw peo­ple down to the com­pleted $18 mil­lion beach­front re­de­vel­op­ment, which in­cludes three restau­rants, a new surf club build­ing, beach­side prom­e­nade, am­phithe­atre and look­out tower, the event will fea­ture ac­tiv­i­ties for all ages.

Cam­bridge Mayor Keri Shan­non said about 1000 peo­ple turned out last year and they ex­pected al­most dou­ble the num­bers this year.

The sand­cas­tle build­ing com­pe­ti­tion re­turns, as well as beach cricket, ten­nis, a junk mu­si­cal in­stru­ment work­shop, kite demon­stra­tions and art ac­tiv­i­ties.

Par­ents will be be able to re­lax and en­joy live mu­sic by Junkadelic brass band, rov­ing per­form­ers from 3pm and Foxrock from 5pm-7pm.

The City of Perth Surf Life Sav­ing Club will also host tours.


Mayor Keri Shan­non mak­ing sand­cas­tles as the Town of Cam­bridge gets ready for the Cel­e­brate City Beach event this month. Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie

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