Harmony Day at The Entrance

The Coast’s first Harmony Day, Flavours by the Sea, will take place on March 24 at Memorial Park, The Entrance. From 3:30pm, Memorial Park will come alive with a myriad of food, music and art.

Flavours by the Sea is Central Coast Council’s ode to Harmony Day, and aims to connect locals with the wider world through their tastebuds, as a range of spices, sights and sounds activate Memorial Park. The festivities of Flavours by the Sea will spread across the main stage, Flavour Food Alley, and the Harmonic Forest. An array of artists will take to the main stage throughout the event including The Glen Dancers, Central Coast Regal Chinese Dance Group, Russian Community Group, Nga Waka E Whitu Maori Club, Aussi Malayalam Cultural Association, The Rhythm Hut, and headlining acts, King Tide and Harry James Angus, lead singer and trumpet player from Cat Empire.

Flavour Food Alley will be a makeshift alley featuring food trucks offering delicacies from all corners of the world. More than 10 trucks will be spruiking Indian, Vietnamese, Mexican, German, Asian, and Sri Lankan foods. The Harmonic Forest will be a unique installation illuminated by trees narrating visual stories told by local residents. During the event, visitors will also have the opportunity to participate in a workshop on the day to create designs and images that will be catalogued and projected in the forest. There will also be a range of cultural stalls, craft experiences and other activities available at the festival. The aim of Harmony Day and the festival is to spread the message that everybody belongs.

Source: Website, Mar 19 TheEntrance.org.au