The Bindi Bosses will rev things up a notch when Ingleburn leaps alive again on Saturday 30 April.

Presenting South Indian Masala Express, an Indian traditional, folk and modern dance-fused performance, the Bosses will pay tribute to our First Nations People and the many cultures of Ingleburn.

Returning after a COVID-induced absence, the annual Ingleburn Alive Festival will showcase music and dance performances across a rich diversity of sounds and cultures, along with a wide range of activities, food and market stalls.

“Ingleburn Alive is one of the most popular family-focused events on our calendar, so I’m looking forward to its return with so many great activities and performances planned on the line up,” Mayor George Greiss said.

Macquarie Road will turn into a Foodie Zone with plenty of food and drink options for the whole family. Market stalls will line both Oxford and Nardoo Street with a range of crafts, fashion… and a photo opp with Macarthur FC ‘s popular mascot, Arthur the Bull and some players.

Live entertainment will run on stage throughout the event from 3pm. Cultural performances by Tabla Virtuoso Ziaul Islam Tomal, Ingleburn Pipes and Drums and Roots African Drumming, percussion and beatbox demonstrations, will be followed by band performances from AM 2 PM Duo, Neilly Rich Duo, 3 Way Split and the Acoustic Autograph Band.

Rides tickets can be purchased on the day for the Dodgem Cars, Fantasy Cups, Round Up, Candy Swing and other exciting rides.

There will be a free Kids Zone with jungle-themed putt-putt golf and face-painting.  A Colour Field Live Art Workshop will offer kids and families a chance to explore colour using water and rollers in Boots Lane from 3-6pm.

Certainly a packed program from 3 to 9pm.