Joondalup gets ready to jam
The Joondalup Festival will cap off summer’s event season with its huge three-day entertainment event.
Joondalup Festival delivers world-class cultural and artistic entertainment
Mayor Albert Jacob
City of Joondalup
The northern corridor’s largest and most significant community event will house a number of cultural and musical events that will appeal to all of those who have made north of the river home. The City of Joondalup mayor Albert Jacob said the festival was a culmination of the City’s outstanding summer events calendar.
“The festival attracts tens of thousands of people from across the Perth metropolitan area to Joondalup – the region’s cultural and civic capital,” he said.
“The Joondalup Festival continues to grow and develop, and the support of Lotterywest is valuable in allowing us to uphold our reputation of delivering world-class cultural and artistic entertainment.”
By simply playing Lotterywest games, you have provided $135,000 to support equipment hire and infrastructure costs for the Joondalup Festival.
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