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Dunsborough Arts Festival

Dunsborough Arts Festival

02 - 04 March 2024
Dunsborough Foreshore

Dunsborough Arts Festival, an annual community event celebrating all things arty, returns this March long weekend for its 23rd year! Holidaymakers and arts enthusiasts are invited to join in the fun and support the full calendar of activities and performances.

Organised by the Dunsborough & Districts Progress Association, the community-led festival will be held from Saturday 2 March to Monday 4 March 2024 by the bay in the shade of the glorious peppermint trees.

Expect a jam-packed weekend including Sculptures by the Bay, two evening concerts featuring Glam Funk Band and Beeva Feeva (Sunday 3 March), Classics by the Bay featuring Dunsborough’s favourite musician Mitch Baker (Saturday 2 March), the Small Sculptures Prize exhibition at Christian Fletcher Gallery, a Sunday art market, X Factor youth talent competition, art, drumming, dance and circus workshops, pop up exhibitions, and to top it all off a spectacular fireworks display on Sunday night presented by Dianne Laurance.

A highlight of the weekend is Sculptures by the Bay, an impressive outdoor exhibition spanning the Dunsborough Foreshore and Seymour Park, and the Small Sculptures Prize exhibition at Christian Fletcher Gallery. Wander around the displays and vote for your favourite, with the opportunity to purchase an original for your collection.

Launched in 2001, the event is now an impressive three-day festival, bringing together local artists, art enthusiasts, and community members for a celebration of art and music.

Visitors can enjoy tasty food trucks and a bar on the Saturday and Sunday night. BYO unavailable.

The feast of free weekend of entertainment is made possible thanks to generous sponsors including philanthropist Dianne Laurance, City of Busselton, Lotterywest and the hard-working volunteers at the Dunsborough Progress Association.

For more information, find Dunsborough Progress Association and Sculptures by the Bay online.

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