Croydon Main Street is proud to present a uniqe event, the Croydon Multicultural Festival, 16-17 March 2018! This is a fabulous FREE event which takes place in Croydon Main Street (future town square).
This two days festival includes a multicultural dinner experience with live entertainment, cultural dance from a dozen different countries, street food provided by local shops, kids activities. This is a fantastic community event and one not too miss!
Multicultural Dinner experience with live entertainment
Friday, 16th March, 6.30pm – 10.00pm
For this night prepare all your sense as you will taste, listen, feel, see and touch the wonderful diverse culture we live in. This will be an unforgettable dinner experience. Booking is essential!
Saturday 17th March, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Multicultural Festival Day
|9:40am||Scottish Pipe Band marching through Main St|
|10:20am||Lyon Highland Scottish Dancers|
|11:10am||African Drumming and workshop|
|11:45am||Vardos Gypsy Band|
|12:20pm||Samoan Dance Troupe by Nesian Pearl|
|Reptile Show by Love me like a reptile
“Eric le magnifique” juggler/ unicyclist/ circus performer
|1:10pm||Karen Cultural Activities|
|1:30pm||Bollywood dance and workshop by Bollywood Beats|
|2:15pm||Latin Dance by Viva La Dance Studio|
|2:45pm||Bamboo Dance by Falam Chin|
|3:00pm||Fan Dancing by Melbourne Korean Senior Citizens Community Inc|
|3:35pm||Chinese Lion Dancers|
|3:55pm||Greek Dance by Pegasus Dance Academy|
Please note that this program is subject to change without notice!
At the Croydon Multicultural Festival kids will enjoy a wide range of entertainment including jumping castle, face painting, reptile show, fire truck, meet “Eric le magnifique” juggler/ unicyclist/ circus performer, educational toys by Logico.
Meet author Pat Guest, he will read his children books and sign copies, from 3pm at Collins Bookshop.
Gingerbread decoration workshop all day at Arts on Honey stand.
Multicultural Costume Exhibition Walk
While you enjoy the festival take a walk in Croydon and discover 9 traditional dresses from all over the world placed in shop windows. Most of them were donated by local traders.
Pick up a map from the information tent and find out how you can win $100 shopping voucher by exploring the exhibition.