International Stars Perform at AUSFEST 2018
INTERNATIONAL STARS PERFORM AT AUSFEST 2018 ON JANUARY 26 & 27
An outstanding line-up of entertainment including some of the Shire’s - and indeed Australia’s best artists and performers will be part of AUSFEST 2018, the two day festival beginning Australia Day (January 26) and the following day (January 27) to be held on Cronulla Beach.
Over the two days, Sydneysiders can enjoy more than 100 performers and 20 performances by stars such as international singer, Mark Vincent, Caravana Sun along with the hugely popular Hot Potato band, Never Ending 80s, Col Hardy, ‘Swingshift’ Cold Chisel Show, Papaya Tree, Danielle Lamb with Matty Jay and Petiguana to name a few.
Last year, the first day of AUSFEST celebrations attracted more than 35,000 people and 2018 is expected to be just as big.
“The Shire’s Australia Day festival is one of the largest and longest running in Australia,” Sutherland Shire Mayor Carmelo Pesce said.
“I am looking forward to a non-stop program of outstanding free entertainment from some of our best musicians with a focus on all performers for 2018 having a personal connection with the Shire; either living in the Shire or being educated in the Shire.”
AUSFEST celebrates the Shire’s culturally rich and vibrant community so there will be something for everyone and all ages at three locations, Cronulla, Sutherland and Illawong. AUSFEST will also host the magical fireworks display on Australia Day on Cronulla Beach and Blaxland Oval.
AUSFEST 2018 CHARITY PARTNER
All funds raised during AUSFEST 2018 will go to Enough is Enough, an organisation which aims to prevent violence in our society.
Friday 26 January Sutherland Entertainment Centre
10am Citizenship Ceremony
Friday 26 January, Cronulla Beach
1pm Glenn Campbell
2pm Miranda & Engadine Musical Societies
3.15pm Col Hardy
4pm Tim Moxey
5pm Official Proceedings
5.30pm Never Ending 80s
7pm Caravana Sun
8.15pm Mark Vincent
Friday 26 January, Menai District
4pm Westfield Miranda Live Show: Paw Patrol
4.35pm ‘Swingshift’ Cold Chisel Show
5.45pm Official Proceedings
5.55pm Westfield Miranda Live Show: Paw Patrol
6.30pm Hot Potato Band
8pm Never Ending 80s
Saturday 27 January, Shire Vibes, Cronulla Beach
3pm Noakesey’s Boys
4pm Jordan Kenny
4.45pm Glenn Campbell
6.15pm Danielle Lamb with Matty Jay
7.45pm Hot Potato Band
For further information please contact:
Susanne Briggs 0412 268 320 or firstname.lastname@example.org