If you’re into dance, music and cultural activities check out the Swan Festival of Lights beginning 4th November at the Esplanade Oval at Riverside Drive. Smoke and alcohol free, the Swan Festival of Lights is a free event that promotes cultural harmony through a friendly and fun atmosphere.
Featuring performances by the Temple of Fine Arts, Chung Wah Dance and Youth Ballet WA, the event is sure to delight all ages. Other activities include camel rides, face painting, tarot reading and Henna tattoos. Last but not least, there will be plenty of mouthwatering food and drinks representing various cultural groups – dosai, samosas, mee goreng, nasi lemak, lassi, etc. There is too many to choose from and enjoy!
Check out the video from 2008 to catch a glimpse of what you can expect. Swan Festival of Lights 2010 promises to be bigger and better than previous years.
“Since 2008, the Swan Festival of Lights has been setting the Perth foreshore alight with a multitude of colours, rhythms and flavours. As a smoke and alcohol-free event, the Festival is organised by the non-profit organisations The Temple of Fine Arts and Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA. Using the theme of ‘light’ as the unifying concept, the Festival celebrates Western Australia’s cultural diversity through dance, music, cultural demonstrations and cuisine.”- Swan Festival of Lights
What: Swan Festival of Lights 2010
Where: Esplanade Oval, Riverside Drive, Perth
When: 4th – 7th November 2010
For more information:
n : Temple of Fine Arts / Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA
p : (08) 9361 2247 / (08) 9221 3003
e : email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
w : http://www.swanfestivaloflights.com.au