Celebrate diversity at City of Belmont’s Harmonise Cultural Festival

The crowd at last year’s Harmonise Cultural Festival.
The crowd at last year’s Harmonise Cultural Festival.

PEOPLE are being invited to experience the City of Belmont’s cultural and ethnic diversity at its Harmonise Cultural Festival, which takes place at Tomato Lake this Sunday.

There will be performers representing nations across the world that will entertain audiences with musical performances and diverse dances ranging from hip-hop to samba.

There will be free activities for all ages, from roving performers to children’s rides.

People are being encouraged to recognise local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ contribution to our community and support and commit to Closing the Gap.

Parking is limited at Tomato Lake so people are encouraged to walk, ride or catch public transport instead.

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