The City of Belmont is excited to announce The Imaginarium, a four-day festival running from 26 to 29 October.
The Imaginarium promises to be an unforgettable extravaganza, filled with laughter, excitement, and a carnival atmosphere. Watch Faulkner Park come alive with cabaret, circus, burlesque, music, magic, puppetry and more.
City of Belmont Mayor Phil Marks shared his excitement for the festival.
“We like to think of The Imaginarium as a world that welcomes everything weird and wonderful. With an incredible line up of talented performers that will showcase their stories through the performing arts.
"At The Imaginarium we celebrate this unique blend of artistry, it is a place where everyone belongs.” Mayor Marks said.
Each year artists at The Imaginarium ignite inspiration, tell unique stories, and foster connections. They highlight the City of Belmont as a place of creativity and culture.
Presenting over 50 shows in big top tents, walk-in free entertainment, roving performers, alfresco dining and licensed bar, The Imaginarium provides an affordable and accessible way for Western Australians to experience all the fun of a fringe festival.
Entry into the festival is free and ticketed shows in the big top tents range from $10 to $20.
The City of Belmont recognises the crucial role that performing arts play in our community.
The inclusive range of acts highlighting all abilities and diverse cultural backgrounds helps establishes The Imaginarium as a vibrant cultural hub, welcoming an array of performers from award winning festival artists to local performers at the start of their careers.
“Festivals have a remarkable way of building bonds among community members, fostering friendships, and creating lasting memories” added Mayor Marks.
For more information and to book tickets visit The Imaginarium webpage.