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Interest out to host Kalamunda’s first orchestral event

THE call is out for local businesses to offer their venue as the stage for Kalamunda’s first orchestra symphony.

As a part of the Perth Hills Spring Festival celebrations, the Perth Symphony Orchestra supported by Phillip Walley Stack, will perform their orchestral extravaganza, Spirit of the Valley.

The City of Kalamunda have put out an expression of interest to businesses who may wish to hold the event, which is expected to encourage 3000 visitors, in November.

Eligible venues require a flat, accessible area for the stage and seating, large parking space, access for wheelchair users and room for the thousands of expected guests.

The venue chosen will be provided with the stage, sound equipment, lighting, ticketing, toilet facilities, waste management, marquee structures, security, first aid, traffic management, a risk management plan and a PR marketing plan.

“Venue owners can expect state-wide exposure of their product and promotion of the Perth Hills as a destination, an invigoration of tourism within the region and attraction of a new audience and market to their venue,” a City spokeswoman said.

Expressions of interest close at 5pm on June 4.

Visit www.experienceperthhills.com.au/spirit-of-the-valley to register.

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