Australian K-Pop sensation Prince Mak and dancing and singing superstar TIMOMATIC will headline Fairfield City Council’s 2016 Cabramatta Moon Festival on Sunday 04 September.
This year’s Cabramatta Moon Festival will include a special performances from Prince Mak at 3:50pm and TIMOMATIC at 6pm.
“Prince Mak is an international star who grew up in Casula and hit the Korean pop scene in a big way as part of the popular boy band JJCC,” Mayor Carbone said. “He is another fantastic example of home grown Aussie talent and we are delighted to have him perform at the 2016 Cabramatta Moon Festival.”
TIMOMATIC, whose real name is Tim Omaji, is a Nigerian-born Australian singer, songwriter and dancer who first gained recognition on Australia’s popular television programs ”So You Think You Can Dance” and “Australia’s Got Talent”.
“Fairfield Council is also running a competition for six lucky winners to have the chance to meet TIMOMATIC with a backstage pass,” Mayor Carbone said. “All you have to do is like the ‘Cabramatta-Taste of Asia’ Facebook page and tell us in 25 words or less why you would like to meet TIMOMATIC.”
Joining Prince Mak and TIMOMATIC are My Kitchen Rules (MKR) 2016 winners Tasia and Gracia. The ‘Spice Sisters’ Tasia and Gracia are Indonesian-born Australian sisters, who won the hearts of the nation and the popular 2016 TV series “My Kitchen Rules. After growing up in Indonesia, India and Australia, the girls have used these international influences in their cooking style.
Join in for all the free festivities at Cabramatta Moon Festival on Sunday 4th September from 10:30am. For more information see www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au/moonfestival.