Hal­loween on An­gove

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The An­gove Street Hal­loween party is back for an­other year with artists, live mu­sic, photo booth and face painters.

THE free An­gove Street Hal­loween party is back with artists, live mu­sic, a photo booth and face painters among the en­ter­tain­ment.

North Perth Lo­cal chair­woman Ida Smith­wick said last year’s event at­tracted about 1500 peo­ple.

“Last year we did it off the cuff with no road clo­sures,” she said.

“Par­ents love it so they can keep an eye on their kids – and I think they get more dressed up than the kids do.”

City of Vin­cent Mayor Emma Cole said the 2018 event built on last year’s grass­roots event.

“I think the street clo­sures will add a lot to it, mak­ing it even more fun and safe,” she said.

“I love see­ing all the cos­tumes and the par­ents em­brace it, and it’s great for lo­cal busi­ness bring­ing peo­ple out mid­week.”

The fam­ily event stars sev­eral lo­cal mu­si­cians, in­clud­ing surf-rock­ers Day of the Dead, Catzilla and Si­mone & Girl­fun­kle, and a pop-up ap­pear­ance from the Perth Sym­phony Orches­tra.

Hal­loween on An­gove Street is from 4.30pm to 8.30pm on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 31, from the corner of An­gove and Fitzger­ald streets.

www.com­mu­ni­typix.com.au d488014 Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie

An­drew Ryan, Vin­cent Mayor Emma Cole , Ida Smith­wick with Milla Nguyen, Ash Nguyen, Stella Slaone, Ath­lie Ryan Groom and Ivy Ryan Groom.

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