WITH about a month until the Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest, the headline entertainers have been locked in.
Australian’s leading urban/pop group Justice Crew will entertain Saturday evening festivalgoers on the music stage.
The group has versatile and talented group have a string of hit songs including Que Sera, Boom Boom, Best Night and Everybody.
After three critically acclaimed studio albums, an acoustic fan favourites record and a swag of classic tracks such as 20 Good Reasons, Emancipate Myself, Someday Someday, Mousetrap Heart and In The Summertime, Australian rock stalwarts Thirsty Merc will take to the stage on Sunday afternoon.
There will be more than 40 hours of free, live entertainment across the entire weekend, including the popular Australian Army Band, Mandurah’s own Jonny Taylor, Moorditj Brothers and African Music Circles.
Thousands of local, national and international visitors are expected to make their way to the annual two-day festival, which has drawn crowds of more than 100,000 people since 2011.
The finishing touches are being made on other attractions, including a huge range of food experiences with four ticketed food events, entertainment, art, market stalls, cooking demonstrations, a children’s dress up competition, an En Plein Air competition, licensed bar areas, water activities and a fireworks display.