Global Beats and Eats draws thousands to Marangaroo

Headliners San Cisco. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
One Mob Studios dance crew. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
Hula Magic. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
Global Beats and Eats. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
Food vendors fed the hungry crowds. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
Food vendors fed the hungry crowds. Picture: Ezra Alcantra
Grace Barbe. Picture: Matsu Photography
Chinese Lion Dancers. Picture: Matsu Photography
Chinese Lion Dancers. Picture: Matsu Photography
Salt Tree. Picture: Matsu Photography
Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography
Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography
Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography
Caravana Sun. Picture: Matsu Photography
Mr Newsy. Picture: Matsu Photography
One Mob Studios dance crew. Picture: Matsu Photography
Jakubi. Picture: Matsu Photography
Fanfarra. Picture: Matsu Photography
San Cisco. Picture: Matsu Photography
Headliners San Cisco. Picture: Ezra Alcantra One Mob Studios dance crew. Picture: Ezra Alcantra Hula Magic. Picture: Ezra Alcantra Global Beats and Eats. Picture: Ezra Alcantra Food vendors fed the hungry crowds. Picture: Ezra Alcantra Food vendors fed the hungry crowds. Picture: Ezra Alcantra Grace Barbe. Picture: Matsu Photography Chinese Lion Dancers. Picture: Matsu Photography Chinese Lion Dancers. Picture: Matsu Photography Salt Tree. Picture: Matsu Photography Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography Hula Magic. Picture: Matsu Photography Caravana Sun. Picture: Matsu Photography Mr Newsy. Picture: Matsu Photography One Mob Studios dance crew. Picture: Matsu Photography Jakubi. Picture: Matsu Photography Fanfarra. Picture: Matsu Photography San Cisco. Picture: Matsu Photography

IT was a music and food fiesta in Marangaroo on Saturday as more than 8000 people flocked to Paloma Park for Global Beats and Eats.

The City of Wanneroo’s free festival started with Seychelles Islander Grace Barbe taking to the stage, followed by folk duo Salt Tree, Sydneysiders Caravana Sun and quintet Jakubi.

Headline act and local favourites San Cisco had the crowd grooving to their well-known hits and new tracks.

People were kept well fed with a variety of food on offer.

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There was more entertainment in the form of Chinese lion and Polynesian hula dancers, samba drummers and colourful carnival performers.

Visitors learned about Aboriginal culture and art by contributing to a large indigenous artwork and children had lots of fun.

More than 8000 people attended Global Beats and Eats in Marangaroo. Picture: Matsu Photography