WITH musical performances, exhibitions, Chinese dragon dancing, log chopping, competitions, magic and balloon twisting and a sideshow alley, Kalamunda Show promises to attract a big crowd.
In a first for the show, which opens at 5pm on Friday, April 7 and finishes at 9pm on Saturday, April 8, patrons will enjoy the benefits of a discount ticket scheme for attractions in sideshow alley.
Introduced by the WA Showmen’s Association, the scheme offers savings for up to 20 per cent on rides, sideshow games and food outlets operated by association members.
Making its debut at the Kalamunda event will be Dumbo The Flying Elephant, while a range of other rides for bigger kids includes the Cliff Hanger, the Zipper and dodgem cars.
Traditional favourites such as the water balls, fun factory, cup and saucer, inflatable slide, kiddies convoy and sideshow games such as the laughing clowns will add to the carnival atmosphere.
The discounted tickets are available at www.discountshowtix.com.au.
The Midland Kalamunda Reporter and the Kalamunda Show are giving away a family pass to the show.
Enter by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, a contact number and “Kalamunda Show”. The Reporter will draw out a name and be in touch.