Street festival celebrates thriving cultural hub

City of Vincent Mayor John Carey with Charlesworth Ballet Institute performers, from left, Kirra Treg, Jacob Noble, Aiden Foster, Noah Beck and Laila Mackay-Williams.
City of Vincent Mayor John Carey with Charlesworth Ballet Institute performers, from left, Kirra Treg, Jacob Noble, Aiden Foster, Noah Beck and Laila Mackay-Williams.

Entertainers, including students from Charlesworth Ballet School, and more than 100 stalls will line Angove Street for the October 26 festival, which is presented by the City of Vincent and North Perth Local.

North Perth Local chairwoman Ida Smithwick said the festival was the result of months of planning by a dedicated volunteer team.

‘The stalls on offer will represent the best of WA’s handmade and designed arts and crafts, vintage goods and food and with two stages of live entertainment and a free children’s zone,’ Mrs Smithwick said.

Entry to the festival is free and there is a variety of free entertainment on offer.

Angove Street in North Perth will be closed to traffic between Daphne Street and Fitzgerald Street.