Excitement is already building for Vibe Alive festival’s return to Moree on 31 August – 1 September.
With a special health focus, the Moree Vibe Alive will have all the usual range of activities for young people, and more. This year, there will be a fun, physical workout with “Move It Mob Style”. It’s a fast paced, interactive hip hop workshop that aims to teach participants the latest dance moves, instil a love for physical activity, provide an opportunity to get active, and use energy positively.
Executive producer Gavin Jones is looking forward to bringing Vibe Alive to Moree in 2011.
“The young people of Moree and surrounding areas will experience an awesome health expo with a focus on careers in health, meet some inspiring celebrity role models and learn a few important things about how to lead a healthy lifestyle,” he says.
“I am really pleased we are able to return to Moree. Our 2010 Vibe Alive in Moree was a festival to remember and we wanted to bring it back due to the overwhelming community support we received last year.”
The Vibe Alive team are already taking registrations which are open via the website at www.vibealive.com.au or by calling the free-call line 1800 623 430.
A free community concert will also be held on Wednesday night.
Vibe Alive is a fun, two day festival for young Australians of all backgrounds that celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Aside from the awesome fun on offer at the festival, there’s all the latest information on how to stay healthy, careers in health and some great interactive activities that show students how to get fit and stay active.
It really is two days of extreme fun with dancing, rapping, singing, painting and sport. The aim is to give young people a chance to express themselves and show their school, their family and their community what they’re good at.
Vibe Alive is also looking for Volunteers to be part of the event. If you can help out please contact [email protected]
Vibe Alive is proudly supported by the Australian Government with the assistance of the Department of Health and Ageing through the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH); and the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
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