An award winning Kaleidoscope for all ages

A free festival of light, art, music and food sure to spark your imagination.

Western Australia’s very own world-class light and illumination event, Kaleidoscope Festival, is back for its second year running! Light shows, art, installations, music and food will be abundant at the 3-day festival, transforming the Joondalup City Centre into a “living, breathing entertainment hub”.  The free event is an opportunity to experience thought provoking and exclusive attractions from around the country.
‍A photo of Sydney attraction, “Birds of Lumos” 

Internationally renowned creative director, Drew Anthony is determined to make Kaleidoscope a smash hit amongst the public here in Perth with the programme curated around the idea that You have to find what sparks a light in you so that you, in your own way, can illuminate the world.

“ All of the artists we’ve secured so far are bringing extraordinary and inspiring installations to Western Australia. We’re really excited to showcase these to the general public, the art will appeal to all ages.” – Drew Anthony


What you can expect to see

‍A photo of the “Will-o-the-Wisps” attraction, originating from NSW

Amongst the diverse range of otherworldly exhibits, the 2017 program is confirmed to include “Will-o-the-Wisps” by Mandylights (New South Wales), the “Birds of Lumos” by amigo and amido (Sydney) and “Science Wonderland”, hosted by Scitech. Kaleidoscope is set to deliver these pieces and activities alongside a series of previously announced artists:  “Fantastic Planet” by Amanda Parer, “All You Need Is Love” by Carla O’Brien and “Face-Off” by David Jones.  

Last year, more than 50,000 people indulged in this spectacular and electrifying “feast for all the senses”. Subsequently, the inaugural festival was recently named WA’s Best New Event in addition to Best Cultural, Arts or Music Event at the 2017 Australian Events Awards.

“Artists from Perth and around Australia have enthusiastically embraced our young festival, which aims to delight and inspire both kids and adults. Attendees can expect to see amazing projections, fun visual installations and entertaining live performances” – Drew Anthony.

Visually stunning, interactive, not to mention bigger and better than ever, you won’t want to miss 2017’s Kaleidoscope Festival presented by the City of Joondalup. For more information, don’t hesitate to visit their website.

‍A photo of Scitech’s interactive science shows

The important details

WHAT:        Kaleidoscope Festival 2017

WHEN:        Thursday 9th November to Sunday 12th November 2017

TIME:        5pm music and food commences, lights on from 7.30pm to 10.30pm

WHERE:    Joondalup City Centre, Perth

COST:        Free, no need for bookings

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