IT is just 21 days until the Joondalup City Centre lights up like never before.
The inaugural Kaleidoscope, billed as a festival of light, art, music and food, will transform Joondalup with large-scale lighting projections, interactive art pieces and augmented reality experiences.
The City of Joondalup is expecting thousands of people to attend the free event across the four nights. Activities and entertainment will start from 5.30pm, with the illuminations set to dazzle from 7.15pm until late each evening.
Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard said Kaleidoscope was part of the City’s place-making strategy to bring significant events to the city centre.
“Like nothing ever seen before in Western Australia, Kaleidoscope will undoubtedly shine a light on Joondalup as a destination city,” he said.
The theme for the festival is A City of the Future, focusing on innovation, architecture, sustainability and futurism.
“The future of the City of Joondalup and the growing northern corridor is exciting, and it will be interesting to see how the City of the Future theme is conveyed and delivered by the creative team of artists behind Kaleidoscope,” Mr Pickard said.