Two Days to go until the City’s Largest Multicultural Event

Published on Thursday, 9 June 2022 at 9:00:00 AM

The 2022 City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Multicultural Festival is only two days away and promises to a showstopping line up of entertainment and food.

This year’s line-up includes flamenco dancing performances by Perth’s Danza Viva Spanish Dance Company and a range unique roving entertainment.

The Ngadju Dancers will open the event with a traditional smoking ceremony and cultural performance.

For children, the popular Angie the Fairy will be offering free face painting and Shelley will be on hand with free henna tattoos.

Meanwhile adults can enjoy a local beer in the Beaten Track Brewery licenced area and keep warm by the scattered fire pits.

City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mayor John Bowler said the event always proves to be a popular and enjoyable night for everyone in our community.

“The Multicultural Festival is one of the most popular on the annual calendar, and the City’s largest cultural celebration, with over 5,000 people expected.”

“This is the second year it will be hosted at the Lord Forrest Precinct and Cassidy Street, which provides an excellent festival atmosphere.”

“We’ll be treated to great live entertainment from local community groups, market stalls serving food from places as diverse as Indonesia, India, Italy, Germany, the United States and Ghana,” he said.

The highly anticipated free, family event will be held as a winter food and cultural festival this Saturday, 11 June from 3PM to 8PM.

Parking is available at the Goldfields Art Centre carpark and surrounding streets. Cassidy Street (between MacDonald Street and the Goldfields Art Centre carpark) will be closed from 10am to 10 pm on Saturday, 11 June 2022 to allow for the event set up and pack up.

More information is available by contacting the City’s Events team by email via or by calling 9021 9600.

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