The free family concert offers a diverse evening of music with a line-up featuring James Morrison, The Hunting Birds, The Rough Housers, Sambalicious and crowd favourites the Wadumbah Dance Group.
Melville Mayor Russell Aubrey said the evening would once again end with a spectacular fireworks display over the Swan River.
“There will be plenty of activities for children to get involved with too, including face painting, balloon twisting and a bouncy castle,” he said.
“We are also excited to officially launch the City’s Community Plan review ‘Tell the City where to go’ at this year’s event. We want to hear from everyone in the community about what is important to them and are asking people to make their priorities known by completing the survey.
“Not only will you be helping guide the future direction of your City, you may be the lucky winner of a $5000 Flight Centre voucher.”
The concert is a free, accessible, family-friendly event sponsored by Lotterywest and Murdoch University and will be held at Point Walter Foreshore, Bicton on March 6, from 4.30pm.