A new community event is going to light up the streets of Fairfield with the inaugural Fairfield Live Art, Music and Entertainment (FLAME) Festival to be held on April 6.
The free festival, which will be held across several venues in Fairfield City Centre, will showcase performers from Fairfield and western Sydney and made possible through funding from Create NSW on behalf of the NSW State Government, in partnership with the Live Music Office.
Fairfield mayor Frank Carbone said the FLAME Festival is an example of council’s continued support of local culture, performers and businesses.
“This new free community event will be held across several participating Fairfield venues, including restaurants, a bowling alley, a bookshop and other locations, bringing colour and energy from up to 90 performances to Fairfield City Centre for one amazing evening,” he said.
“In addition to free entertainment, attendees can enjoy authentic and delicious Middle Eastern, Latin American and other international cuisine from Fairfield’s many eateries.”
Performers and artists are being sought to participate in the event.
To register your interest to perform CLICK HERE before February 25.
- Fairfield Live Art, Music and Entertainment (FLAME) Festival, Fairfield City Centre, Friday, April 6, 5pm-9pm.