Local residents can partake in a multicultural celebration of food and dance when Feast returns to Minto’s Redfern Park on Saturday 16 September from 2pm to 9pm.

“Campbelltown has a diverse and multicultural community” said Mayor George Greiss.

“Feast gives our residents an opportunity to celebrate these cultures by exploring the customs and delicious foods of our multicultural community.”

The festival, organised by Campbelltown City Council, will see the return of family favorites including traditional food stalls, live performances, and cooking demonstrations as well as kid’s activities. Residents can experience instrumental demonstrations of didgeridoo and drumming as well as live performances from dance groups from a multitude of cultures, including a Brazilian performance finale by Sana Brazil Entertainment.

Due to the previous year’s positive response to the kid’s activity trail, the hours for this activity will be extended from 2pm to 6:30pm.  Kids will have the opportunity to take part in 6 different stations which will contain a variety of activities such as movement workshops, Aboriginal craft, flower folding and VR headsets.

There will also be additional kid-friendly activities including Henna Tattoos and an Inflatable Obstacle Course.