Cockburn’s Got Talent Finale Megan Cultural Fair Australia

Cockburn's Got Talent Finale Megan Cultural Fair Australia

Cockburn’s Got Talent Finale 2018 Megan Cultural Fair 2018

this competition is organised every year by the council City of Cockburn. The main reason is to find talents in Cockburn suburb, that can later enter and compete at the International field. Of course, they can win big money prizes. Bring the family along and be inspired by the diversity of foods and culture right on our doorstep. This event highlights the many cultural communities of Cockburn and this year we have cultural dancers.

About competition

Grand final takes place at the Cockburn Cultural Fair every Year – Harmony Ave, Harmony Oval, Atwell,
C’mon Cockburn – show us what you’ve got! Calling all amateur entertainers to be part of Cockburn’s Got Talent.
There are three age categories:
Cash prizes in each category for Grand Final winners:
• $500 for 1st place
• $250 for 2nd place
• $100 for 3rd place
If your application is successful, you will perform in one of the following heats. (If you are shortlisted from heat, you will be invited to perform at the Grand Final)
Registrations close 18 January.

Cockburn’s Got Talent Finale Megan Cultural Fair Australia 2018. Event date: 7th of April 2018

Cockburn Cultural Fair

is every year at Harmony Oval, Harvest Lakes, Harmony Ave, Atwell. It is family-oriented and inspired by the diversity of cultures and foods in Cockburn. Organiser: City of Cockburn.
The finals of Cockburn’s Got Talent will also feature at the event, along with other live entertainment, and live cooking demonstrations by local celebrities.
There is food and drink available to buy. Year by year just fewer people attending this event. It has every year heavy advertising campaign, but it doesn’t work. Even the performers are surprised they came playing for a small family crowd counted 300 people max.

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