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Aerial circus display to bring Ingleburn Alive in 2020

A spectacular aerial and acrobatic circus display will round off Ingleburn’s biggest annual street party next month.

Following last year’s big turnout, the 2020 Ingleburn Alive festival – on Saturday, March 7 – is expected to be even more popular.

Carnival rides, a huge variety of stage entertainment, live music, market stalls and a kid’s activity zone will fill the main street, Oxford Road, and the surrounding streets from 3pm to 9pm.

In place of a fireworks display, Avion Aerial Arts will bring the festival to a close with an exciting aerial and acrobatic circus display called Viva Finale.

“Ingleburn Alive always promises a great evening of family fun with loads of entertainment and a wonderful array of tasty foods for everyone,” Mayor George Brticevic said yesterday during a promotion to  launch this year’s festival.

“Last year’s revamped festival was a big hit and we’re bringing back that vibe with a few new additions,” Cr Brticevic said.

“I’m really excited for the new aerial display, a unique attraction for this event and I’m sure it will add something fresh and thrilling for people to enjoy,” he said.

Bring on the fun: Mayor George Brticevic and Councillor Rey Manoto join Rachel Brailey and Melise Avion from Avion Aerial Arts in Oxford Road, Ingleburn to promote this year’s Ingleburn Alive festival on Saturday, March 7.

Food Truck Alley and Ingleburn’s array of cafes and food outlets will fill the streets with delectable culinary meal options.

A great line up of local entertainment will take to the main stage on the railway side of Oxford Road.

There will be dance performances from the Wiritjiribin Aboriginal Dance Group, Lucky African Dance, the Carroll Irish Dance School, Pak Hok Pai Chinese Lion Dancers, the Bangala Hub, DJ Jazzy.

Local bands performing include Blue Sherlock, La Collective, the Andy Wood Band and Planet Groove.

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