We’re putting on a party! Come on an excursion and enjoy a free, fun-filled arvo of awesome live acts, party tunes and parental discussion at Sydney's Spectrum Now festival.
It's all happening on Sunday March 6, 12-5pm, at the Spectrum Now Village in the Domain and we’re bringing some of our favourite performers and people along for the ride.
We’ve got singer-songwriter Angie Who playing her sweet fam-friendly folk tunes plus rockstar-to-the-rugrats and rad dad Benny Time will get us all dancing with songs from his latest album, What A Beautiful Day.
Our parenting show Kinderling Conversation will also be holding a discussion panel. Hosted by Shevonne Hunt, she’ll be joined by special guests and outspoken parents: TV host and dad Marc Fennell, TV /radio presenter Yumi Stynes and Mother Zen author Jacinta Tynan.
Together they’ll be tackling the provocative topic - 'Parenting: Is it time to take a chill pill?' These days, there’s more research, studies and info about how we can be better parents. How can we learn to relax and enjoy raising kids, while bringing them up to be safe, yet resilient?
Party tunes and song requests!
Our music director Lorna Clarkson will be spinning party tunes for the tots, and Regression Session host Barry Divola will be taking requests as he chats childhood music memories with audience.
It’s going to be an awesome afternoon of entertainment so come and share in the fun. We’ll see you there!
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