Largest entertainment celebration in Sydney's North Shore
Willoughby Spring Festival is on now and runs until the end of September 2014. The month-long cultural and entertainment celebration is the largest of its kind on Sydney's North Shore, and features visual arts exhibitions, live entertainment, film and music performances, kids' and youth events, cultural and community celebrations and heaps more. For details, please visit the Willoughby Council website.
The StreetFair is one of the highlights of Willoughby Spring Festival. Poster from the event program.
A highlight of the Willoughby Spring Festival is the StreetFair, happening this weekend on Saturday 6th of September 2014 in Chatswood central business district between 10am and 4pm. Willoughby Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney will open the festivities as more than 100 market stalls selling a variety of food, gifts, jewellery, fashion, homewares, arts and crafts start trading. The StreetFair Parade starts at half past 10am from Endeavour Street, passing through Victoria Avenue to Neridah Street. More than 1,000 community members will showcase dynamic colours, striking costumes and entertainment, on foot or on floats, marching to the beat of drums and brass bands, or dancing and performing their way through the streets of the Chatswood CBD.
There is something for everyone at the StreetFair, from popular movies for kids at the Urban Screen to a relaxing moment for mum and dad at the Chill Out Bar or the approving admiration of vintage cars at the Classic Car Alley for the enthusiast.
Check out the full program of events here and visit Chatswood this Saturday.