There is less than one week left until Vibe Alive lands in Moree!
After attracting young people from all over the Moree area for the hugely successful 2010 event, Vibe Alive is gearing up to bring the students of the Moree region together again for two days of creative, inspiring, healthy fun!
The Moree Vibe Alive will be held on Wednesday & Thursday August 31 & September 1 at Taylor Oval, Albert St, Moree.
Joining the hundreds of students expected at Vibe Alive will be Australian television star Nathan Foley and Hip Hop stars The Street Warriors. As well as performing for festival-goers, the stars will be judging students’ performances and offering aspiring singers and dancers advice and inspiration.
To help the community of Moree celebrate this exciting event, a FREE Vibe Alive Community Concert will be held at Taylor Oval on Wednesday, August 31 from 6.30pm.
“If last year is anything to go by, the Moree Festival is going to be huge,” says Gavin Jones, executive producer of Vibe Alive.
“To make an event like this a success, you need the backing of the community, and it is obvious that the community of Moree is committed to putting on one hell of a great festival for the young people of the area.”
What is Vibe Alive?
Vibe Alive is a two day festival for young Australians of all backgrounds that promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and encourages tolerance and teamwork. Vibe Alive incorporates music, sport, dance and art in a high-energy, youth-friendly setting with a carnival feel. Participants also have the opportunity to meet inspiring role models, learn about healthy living and career options and boost literacy and numeracy skills.
It is recommended people arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the starting times of all events.
For media enquiries for Vibe Alive, please contact David Cole on 02 4822 8230 or [email protected]
For onsite media enquiries please contact Mayrah Sonter on 0405-834 016.
Vibe Alive is proudly supported by the Australian Government with the assistance of the Department of Health and Ageing and the Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH).