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Carols At Como Park


Sun 17 Dec 2017, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Como Park, Williams Road, South Yarra, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Kick-off the festive season in shimmering style at one of the most-loved concerts Carols at Como Park.

City of Stonnington Mayor Cr Steve Stefanopoulos said, each year we are able to attract some of Australia’s best and brightest talents to get you in the holiday spirit, and that this year would be no different.

“I encourage everyone to come along and celebrate the festive season with these two spectacular and ever-popular free events. Warm up your singing voice with me, grab a picnic rug and take in the beauty of our parks and all that Stonnington has to offer this Christmas,” Mayor Stefanopoulos said.

Carols at Como Park, one of the biggest free carol events, hosted by Cameron Daddo.

Carols at Como Park is one of the best and brightest concerts of the season. Settle in for a magical evening under the stars with Christine Anu, who will be performing some of her greatest hits and original Christmas songs, Amanda Harrison (Wicked, We Will Rock You), Kane Alexander (Hair, Footloose) and Blake Bowden (The Book of Mormon).

An incredible pyrotechnic display will close the evening. The concert will feature the Stonnington Brass band and the South of the River Choir and all performances will be Auslan-interpreted by Auslan Stage Left.