Young talents showcased in Murwillumbah festival

SOME incredible talent has been on show at the Murwillumbah Festival of Performing Arts.

Event vice-president John Holmes said the talent keeps getting better every year.

"It's going really, really well," Mr Holmes said.

"The standard of the acts is absolutely fantastic."

Mr Holmes has encouraged more people to head along to the shows - even those who don't have relatives performing.

At $6 for adults, $4 concession and $3 for children, he said it's a bargain for top-notch entertainment.

School choir performances, which kicked off on Monday, will continue on Tuesday.

The music section of the festival will wrap up on Thursday June 19 to make way for the dance performances.

For more information and timetables, visit murbahfestival.com.au.



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