Wonder takes the stage with Geelong Arts Centre’s first Wonder Children’s Festival
FROM 16 to 21 October, families and school groups are invited to immerse themselves in the magical world of the arts with Geelong Arts Centre’s inaugural Wonder Children’s Festival.
Designed to captivate the hearts and minds of avid arts adventurers aged up to 12 years, the festival will take place across Geelong Arts Centre’s spectacular redeveloped spaces.
Consisting of an incredible lineup of free and ticketed events, including dazzling headline performances from Indigenous dance powerhouse Bangarra, a concert extraordinaire from pioneering local children’s entertainers The Mik Maks, First Nations dance workshops, a tweens disco night, and even the opportunity to create music using real life plants with Playable Streets.
Plus, young people will have the opportunity to unleash their creativity with amazing interactive workshops and installations, where they can dance, sing, play music, and explore their own artistic expression.
Geelong Arts Centre’s Wonder Children’s Festival is more than just a spectator event, it’s an opportunity for young people to become active participants in the magic of creativity.
The Centre encourages all festivalgoers to let their imaginations run wild as they step into the spotlight and get involved in the artistic process.
The Wonder Children’s Festival allows young people to discover, create, and connect with the world of performing arts in a way that will leave a lasting impact.
Book now to be a part of a truly Wonder-ful experience that will ignite their passion for the arts and create treasured memories for years to come.
Tickets available at geelongartscentre.org.au/wonder-childrens-festival.