The Country Music Club of Boyup Brook has been supported by Lotterywest with funding for the 32nd celebrations for the Street Carnival and the free components of the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival. The Lotterywest Street Carnival offers a swag of stimulating and colourful entertainment, inc
luding The Bad Piper who is becoming recognised as the worlds most recognized piper, Jamie the Clown who has been entertaining for over ten years with his crazy silly and energetic style. There is Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, Air Brush Tattoos, Bouncy Castles, the Sand Wizard, creative magical fun for everyone, the Radrock Climbing wall and Bungee and GWN7’s Doopa Dog to keep the kiddies entertained.
There are many buskers in the mix to add to the atmosphere -Gypsy Chicks, Peter Delle Coste, Sax and the Single Girl, Mike Wilkinson, Red Ochre, Paul Davies to name just a few.
Support funding like this allows our country life and culture to be enriched and offers a range of opportunities that support artists in Western Australia. It's free, spontaneous, and everybody's welcome to participate! On Saturday the 18th February, the town centre will be alive with activity. It’s a day of cheerful entertainment, with a huge line up of attractions planned to keep all ages smiling.
The Street Carnival is a dynamic event that transforms inner Boyup Brook into an explosion of epic proportions, combining music, art installations, roving performers and artisan markets. There will be buskers, bands and entertainment galore.
The Art Awards and Exhibition will be showcased in the Town Hall with numerous categories and great prizes on offer.
The Boyup Ute & Truck parade will commence at 11am and parade through the streets with a dazzling procession.- all bright, colourful and shiny!
Boyup Brook’s longevity is due to the continued support and enthusiasm of our stakeholders and community.