Published on 21 November 2022
The community is being invited to reconnect with the Kurri Kurri CBD with live performances in the newly upgraded Col Brown Rotary Park. Over four big afternoons the park will come alive with live performances from home grown talents.
Bring a picnic blanket and help support Kurri Kurri local businesses by purchasing food and drinks, or dining out after the show in one of the town’s eateries.
Cessnock City Mayor Jay Suvaal said the live performances were set to be fun and family friendly events.
“The Kurri Kurri town centre upgrade has seen a downturn in business and I am encouraging the whole community to come out and enjoy these events,” Mayor Suvaal said.
“The CBD upgrade works will be finished before Christmas, but until then, let’s show our support for Kurri Kurri while enjoying some of our areas finest performers.”
Catch the following performances live in Kurri Kurri:
Splashing Mood, Saturday 26 November, 4.30-7.30pm
Teasha & Mari, Saturday 3 December, 4.30-7.30pm
Sami Cooke, Saturday 10 December, 4.30-7.30pm
Jadily (Emily Jade), Saturday 17 December, 4.30pm -7.30pm
This event is proudly organised by Cessnock City Council and supported by the Reconnecting Regional NSW Community Events Program.