THE community is promised a bigger Northfest than ever before, with a range of attractions, rides and live entertainment on offer in Horsham on Saturday.
With plenty to see, do, taste and hear, Northfest co-ordinator Janine Harfield said Northfest 2017 was a festival to remember.
She said Dudley Cornell Park would be jam-packed with children’s rides, food vendors and an excellent line-up of bands.
“Performers to grace the stage include Horsham acts Cherrypool and Block Rock, Uncle Johnny and Kessia Brook, members of the hit Horsham Arts Council musical Annie and Wimmera Voices,” she said.
“Attractions this year include a giant slide, climbing wall, merry-go- round, jumping castle, Jamie and Kim’s mobile zoo, clowns, face painting and more.
Ms Harfield said the gates would open at 11.30am.
Each festival-goer will receive a free drink voucher and the first 200 children through the gates will receive a free show bag.
She said there would be prizes and give-aways all day.