Visitors can enjoy an absolutely killer line-up of live acts, a taste of different international flavours alongside a celebration of Australia’s rich Indigenous culture at Flavours by the Sea.
The event will take place at The Entrance on Saturday 17 April at Memorial Park from 11am to 3pm.
Flavours by the Sea is run as a Harmony Week event to promote multiculturalism and celebrate diversity on the Central Coast.
It will showcase the flavours of the world featuring Spanish, German and Vietnamese food stalls, alongside Six String Brewery Beer and Wine Bar and an amazing Indigenous art exhibition.
There will also be free live entertainment throughout the day with a mainstage line-up featuring Christine Anu, Salsa Kingz and Dogma, as well as community group performances from Afro Moses, the Multicultural Fijian Association and China Australia Friendship Association.
Oh, and the best part? It’s free to attend! However, bookings are essential, as there are a limited number of tickets to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
For more information and to book tickets, go HERE. And, you can also check out the set times for the festival below:
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