Two village Christmas concerts postponed

This weekend’s Village Christmas Concerts for Rushcutters Bay and Rosebery are postponed because of predicted rain. Next weekend’s concerts in Alexandria and Surry Hills will go ahead.

The dates for all four concerts are:

  • Alexandria Village Concert on Saturday 3 December at Alexandria Park
  • Surry Hills Village Concert on Sunday 4 December at Ward Park
  • Rushcutters Bay Village Concert on Saturday 10 December at Rushcutters Bay Park
  • Rosebery Village Concert on Sunday 11 December at Turruwul Park.

All concerts start at 6pm and finish at 8.30pm. They are also great occasions for young children, friends and families . We have a great line up of entertainment, Christmas carols and Santa visits on a fire engine. Bring a picnic and a blanket.

Our Christmas Charity Partner, the Australian Children’s Music Foundation will host a stand at the concert. They do great work for traumatised and disadvantaged young people and help and inspire them through music. You can make a gold coin donation by buying a Christmas showbag.

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