WoW Fest to put on biggest ever finale

Published on Friday, 17 January 2020 at 9:27:41 AM

RED Grant Announcement

PICTURE CAPTION: Mayor Shane Van Styn and Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan with City staff.

This year’s WoW Fest has just stepped up a notch following an announcement that an epic laser, light and water show will conclude the two day event.

Unlike anything ever seen in Geraldton, WoW Fest 2020 will finish in spectacular fashion with the world-class show by LASERVSION with thanks to a Regional Economic Development (RED) grant from the state government and sponsorship from Red Dust Holdings.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said the calibre of the WoW Fest program was growing and it would attract people from all across the state.

“We’re bringing amazing international experiences to regional areas and this year’s WoW Fest is by far going to be the biggest one we’ve ever had,” he said.

“Spanning over two days - we have an amazing music component and elements such as the laser, light and water show.

“This WoW Fest is definitely one not to miss and we thank the state government and local business Red Dust Holdings for their support in helping elevate event programming.”

WoW Fest will take place on the Easter long weekend on 11 and 12 April 2020.

The laser, light and water show which will be customised for WoW Fest will take place on Sunday 12 April as the finale from 6pm – 9pm.

LASERVISION specialise in designing and creating unique and unforgettable sensory experiences with new and innovative techniques and technologies.

With international acclaim, the company harness the power of light, water and other high impact mediums to evoke the senses, connect audiences with their environments and create enduring memories.

LASERVISION have worked all over the world to deliver extravaganzas in places including Singapore, Russia, Hong Kong, Dubai and Australia.                                           

The two-day event also includes a Saturday music festival sponsored by RedFM.

Tickets are still available for the WoW Music Fest at which will take place on the Geraldton Foreshore on Saturday 11 April.

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