Foreign-born people wanted for City of Stirling world record attempt

Stirling Mayor Mark Irwin drumming with Akwaaba members Paul Osei Kofi and Kawaka Nzige, and Bella Ndayikeze.
Photo: Michael Gill
Stirling Mayor Mark Irwin drumming with Akwaaba members Paul Osei Kofi and Kawaka Nzige, and Bella Ndayikeze. Photo: Michael Gill

PEOPLE from Europe, Asia and Africa are wanted to help set a world record.

The City of Stirling is preparing for a Guinness World Record attempt to have the most nationalities in a drum circle.

The current record is 61 nationalities and the City is still seeking people from countries including Sweden, Turkey, Japan, Thailand, Morocco, Tunisia, Sudan and Sierra Leone to be part of the Harmony Week event.

People will need to be able to attend The Square Mirrabooka on Friday, March 15 from 9am to 11am.

Register here or if you think your country may not yet be represented, email gwr@stirling.wa.gov.au.

Nationalities needed:

Afghan

Albanian

Algerian

Angolan

Austrian

Bahraini

Bangladeshi

Bulgarian

Burundian

Cameroonian

Congolese

Czech

Danish

Dutch

Eritrean

Estonian

Finnish

Fijian

Ghanaian

Icelandic

Japanese

Liberian

Libyan

Madagascan

Malawian

Malian

Mongolian

Moroccan

Namibian

Rwandese

Senegalese

Serbian

Sierra Leonean

South Sudanese

Sudanese

Swedish

Taiwanese

Thai

Tongan

Tswana

Tunisian

Turkish

Ugandan