Iconic Australian musicians Shannon Noll and Ian Moss are set to headline a jam-packed entertainment line-up at this year’s Channel 7 Mandurah Crab Fest.
Mandurah Mayor Paddie Creevey said she was proud to announce two of the country’s most talented and hard-working musicians would take to the stage at the town’s foreshore on March 16-17, as the signature event celebrates its 15th year.
“We are very fortunate to have secured Australian music royalty as the headline acts for this year’s festival,” she said.
“The vibe and energy these performers will bring will be second to none.”
Ms Creevey said local, national and international festival-goers would love both acts, with Shannon Noll’s show taking audiences into the fireworks display on Saturday night. Cold Chisel guitarist and singer Ian Moss will bring the event to a close on Sunday. “Their acoustic performances will set a relaxed atmosphere for all to enjoy,” she said.
But the fun will not stop there.
The WA stars of My Kitchen Rules will be cooking up a storm on The Good Guys cooking stage and Sesame Street favourites Elmo and Cookie Monster are making a special appearance on the family stage.
“There will be a feast of sporting action on and off the water,” she said.