Dunsborough Arts Festival + Sculpture by the Bay + Small Sculpture Prize

Sunday 28th February 2021
(Multiple Dates Between Sunday 28th February 2021 & Monday 1st March 2021)


The Dunsborough Arts Festival is a weekend of arty activities ranging from workshops for art, drumming and belly dancing and circus to local youth performances and Dunsborough X Factor. Each evening there is a concert with the finale concert on Sunday including fireworks by local philanthropist, Dianne Laurance!

Through the day you can meander through Seymour and Centennial Parks to see the outstanding Sculpture by the Bay or wander to Christian Fletcher Gallery for the Small Sculpture Prize. Make sure you vote in the People's Choice Awards!

SafeWa QR codes are there for everyone who enter the parks or participate in workshops or watch concerts or watch the fireworks from the beach!

In 2021, to be COVID Safe, there is FREE ticketed space for the concerts. Mobile food vans will be onsite and remember, no BYO as it is a licenced venue, where all the proceeds go to running the festival!

Saturday:
Mr & Mrs Smith are going to provide a really laid back couple of jazz sets
Mr & Mrs Smith: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/139078462425

Sunday:
It will be a dancing in your bubble group to Dallas Radio and Oats Supply from Perth. Josh Whiteland will Welcome us to Country as the sun sets.
The allocated ticketed area is now full, however, there is PLENTY of space on the Beach from Old Dunsborough to Quindalup - the fireworks set over the ocean will be magnificent!

Remember your pets might be worried!

Event Details

Time: 9.15am - 8.30pm

Venue: Dunsborough Foreshore

Cost: Free

Enquiries

Organisation: Dunsborough and Districts Progress Association

Phone: 0412221117

Email: president@dunsboroughprogress.com.au

Website: dunsboroughprogress.com.au

Event Date(s)

  • Sunday 28th February 2021
  • Monday 1st March 2021

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