Saturday night’s Sunset at the Soundshell concert will have audiences tapping their feet to the classic rock sounds of Ramble Tamble, the Australian Creedence Clearwater Revival Show.
The free community concert, which will kick off at 6:30pm with entertainment from local band Nick Costa and the Stray Crows, and will feature a pop up bar by Beaten Track Brewery, Palace Theatre glow stall, a Joey’s ice cream stand, the Premo Espresso van, Lemongrass and a sausage sizzle but the Goldfields Tee Ball Association.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO John Walker said the free, family concerts were a great way for the community to come together.
“These concerts are a great opportunity for people to relax with friends, watch the sunset, and listen to some great music,” he said.
“People can bring down picnic blankets or bean bags, and a picnic or some cheese and biscuits, and have a great night out. The City is continuing to focus on improving the liveability of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, events like this, while not being the whole solution, are definitely a key element in making this a place people want to live.”
Parents are reminded that children must be accompanied at all times, and are asked to encourage children who are lost to head to the Lost Children meeting point at the side of the stage. This will be manned by event staff and security guards who will help reunite lost children with their parent or guardian.