Let there be light

This week­end’s free Kalei­do­scope fes­ti­val in Joon­dalup starts tonight. What not to miss,

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KALEI­DO­SCOPE Fes­ti­val will light up the Joon­dalup city cen­tre from tonight.

Now in its third year, the multi-sen­sory fes­ti­val will com­bine il­lu­mi­na­tion, artis­tic in­stal­la­tions, pro­jec­tions, live per­for­mance and food over four evenings un­til Sun­day.

This year’s fes­ti­val foot­print will ex­pand to in­clude Lake­side Joon­dalup Shop­ping Cen­tre and Cen­tral Walk and fea­ture 89 artists, 17 in­stal­la­tions and more than 60 food trucks.

“We have made some changes to the fes­ti­val site this year, which will give vis­i­tors more space and more places to ex­plore,” cre­ative di­rec­tor Drew An­thony said.

“We are clos­ing Grand Boule­vard, some of Boas Av­enue and ex­tend­ing into Cen­tral Walk so peo­ple can re­ally go on a jour­ney of dis­cov­ery.”

Pre-show en­ter­tain­ment and food starts at 5pm, with lights on from 7.30pm.

Above: Re­verse Dream­time Story. Right: cre­ative di­rec­tor Drew An­thony.

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