Free fun for all the family
The Busselton Fringe Festival will transform the ArtGeo Cultural Complex on Queen Street into FringeFun Day tomorrow.
The LiveLighter Busselton Fringe 2020 kicked off last weekend with a mix of comedy and live theatre.
Patrons will enjoy markets, food trucks, drinks and displays including parkour from X5, Zumba classes and aerial trapeze artistry.
Busselton Fringe Festival director Russell Chandler said the family day would be bigger than ever. “There are also lots more free and low-cost shows this year so including the Dangerous Delights Fire spectacular, choir performances,” he said.
“Come down and support your local artists and celebrate creativity.”
The Family Fun Day is free with entertainment beginning at 11am and running till late.
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