Central Coast Council’s Flavours by the Sea is a multicultural event that Central Coast Council says brings the whole community together.
The event, to be held in The Entrance this month, embraces the ‘everyone belongs’ message of Harmony Day by showcasing amazing music, art, cultural features and delicious food from across the world.
“Flavours brings us together for a day to experience the rich cultural mix of the Coast,” Council Section Manager Place Activation, Cobey Linsley said.
Attendees can chill out in the relaxed dining area after a visit to the festive ‘flavour alley’ which will feature Mexican, Vietnamese, Spanish and Argentinian food and specialty desserts.
Beyond the food offerings, there will be a host of live performances to keep festival goers entertained. Yalalinya Dancers, Berias Masseque & The Afro Fusion Band and Monsieur Camembert will all take to the stage in Memorial Park will also showcase the diversity on the Central Coast.
Flavours by the Sea
Saturday 21 March 2020
3.30pm to 8.30pm
Memorial Park, The Entrance