Bridging Cultures Festival
23 Mar 2018 | Friday 2:00pm to 8:00pm
Logan City’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity is back and once again BEMAC is proud to have partnered with Access to program an exceptional line-up of artists of various cultural backgrounds for the second Bridging Cultures Festival.
Featuring performances by Dance Masala, SK Simeon, Bolivia Marka Dancers, Neiko Dance Productions, Chocolate Strings, LTL Group Lion Dance and Mark Lowndes, Bridging Cultures is set to be a scorcher!
The festival will take place on Friday, March 23 between 2pm and 8pm at Mabel Park State High School, 72-116 Paradise Rd, Slacks Creek. Street and onsite parking will be available and regular shuttle buses will also be running between the festival and The Access Gateway in Logan Central.
Logan City, one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Australia, and is home to 217 of the 300 ancestries that call Australia home. In honour of the city’s rich diversity and culture of inclusion, Access initiated the first ever Bridging Cultures Festival in partnership with the Queensland State Government, Australian Council for the Arts, Logan City Council, BEMAC and Arts Queensland in 2017.
The inaugural event attracted over 5000 festival-goers to revel in the diversity that infuses the streets of the city.
On Friday, March 23 this flagship event will once again take place on the grounds of Mabel Park High School from 2pm to 8pm.
Held as a part of Australia’s annual Harmony Day celebrations, Bridging Cultures Festival features fireworks, $5 unlimited rides, live music and performances, art, kids’ activities, a petting zoo, sports activities, face painting, prizes and more.
|Dates:||Friday 23 March|
|Time:||2:00pm to 8:00pm|