Make Music Day to have a free event in Leeton on June 20 | The irrigator


GOOD vibes, good times and great music will all be present at a special free event for all ages in Leeton this weekend. As part of Make Music Day, the Leeton Shire Council received $ 15,000 from CreateNSW and the Department of Planning, Industry and the Environment to host a groovy event in the city this Sunday. This live music event will feature Jannah Beth and True Vibenation, who will travel to Leeton to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The goal of Make Music Day is to introduce the joy of music to musicians and the public in NSW and is part of the Festival of Place – an inaugural celebration of public spaces in NSW. This means that for three hours on Sundays, from noon to 3 p.m., residents of County Leeton will be able to walk to the city‘s skate park and enjoy free entertainment from Sydney’s two musical groups. Food stalls will also be set up the same day so that participants can sit down, relax, have a bite to eat and listen to the music on offer. IN OTHER NEWS: Jannath Beth will offer Upbeat, club and tech-house, slow jams and alternative neo-soul, while True Vibenation will present a mix of soul and Afrobeat backed by big bass, big beats and live brass. The Council was one of six NSW Small Projects Grant recipients to enable this event to take place. Council’s Multicultural Support Coordinator Ken Dachi said the success in securing the funding is a testament to the county’s growth as a thriving community and its growing network. “Leeton shire is well recognized in regional and state circles as a vibrant and welcoming place that helps people connect,” said Mr. Dachi. “Public spaces are where we share our stories and values ​​and where we forge the bonds that unite us. Leeton’s Make Music Day is a great opportunity to help bring people together and celebrate the hearts of our communities. Sunday’s upcoming event follows two more that recently showcased communities and places across the county – the Welcoming Cities Symposium held in Sydney and the Multicultural Festival held at the Leeton Museum and Gallery . Admission to Make Music Day is free and no prior registration is required. Food will be available for purchase during the event. For more information contact Mr. Dachi at 6953 0968. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how to access our trusted content:



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