Ingleburn annual festival to come alive on March 16

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Ingleburn’s biggest annual festival – Ingleburn Alive – returns next month.

The main street of Ingleburn town centre, Oxford Road, will come alive with stage performances, market stalls, cultural demonstrations
and carnival rides when Ingleburn Alive hits town on Saturday, March 16.

Festival goers will be able to explore the three distinct areas: Market Zone, Foodie Zone and Fun Zone.

From 3pm and until 9pm, there will be lots of entertainment on the main stage near the rail station – not too far from the food and offerings, which will reflect, to an extent, Campbelltown’s multicultural melting pot in 2024.

“Ingleburn Alive is an opportunity to experience our diverse culture, food and talent and showcase what makes Ingleburn great,” says Campbelltown Mayor George Greiss.

“I look forward to seeing everyone come together and join us for a great day of celebration in the heart of Ingleburn CBD,” Dr Greiss said.

The full program of stage entertainment planned for the centre stage throughout the event will include live music, dance and cultural performances.

Families are encouraged to visit the new Fun Zone, combining the popular Kids Zone and Carnival Zone and offering amusement rides, a sideshow alley and kids’ activities.

Delicious cuisine and carnival foods will be on offer at the Foodie Zone, with plenty of seating for those looking to enjoy their meals and take in the atmosphere.

Market stalls will be available to explore as part of the Market Zone, with artisanal and business stalls on Oxford and Nardoo Street.

For further details visit Campbelltown Council’s website.

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