Kinderling’s gonna party at one of Australia's most iconic venues… the Sydney Opera House!
Tune in or bring the whole family down on Sunday January 15 for a free afternoon of music and dancing as Kinderling broadcasts live from the Western Forecourt as part of the Summer Playground series.
Join us from 11am to 4pm for one of our favourite acts The Vegetable Plot live, interactive storytelling, indigenous stories, a live Digital Disco DJ set from Kinderling’s own DJ Lorna Clarkson and an amazing view of the harbour. Plus the kids can meet K Mascot for a picture and a dance in the sun (BYO sunscreen)
It’s all part of the Sydney Opera House’s Summer Playground along the Western Broadwalk, January 4-29.
Kinderling Kids Radio is also providing the official soundtrack for the Playground, which you can hear throughout January while soaking up beautiful views of the harbour. Immerse the fam in the lively, vintage Coney Island atmosphere, with free entertainers (like our friends Angie Who, Teeny Tiny Stevies and Benny Time), fairground games, creative play for kids and a giant sandpit.
For the full lineup, head to the Sydney Opera House website.
Want a sneak peak of our soundtrack? You can listen right here!
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