Urban pop star set to headline 2015 Cabramatta Moon Festival

Published Thursday, 3rd September 2015

Fairfield City Council’s Cabramatta Moon Festival goers can expect a show stopping performance from Australia’s urban pop recording artist – Prinnie Stevens.

Prinnie Stevens

The 2012 Voice quarter-finalist and star will excite crowds performing some of her hits live on the Blue Star Air Conditioning Stage, including her single, One Night.

The 31-year old Australian Tongan born artist found a place in Australia’s heart during her time on The Voice, being dubbed the Australian Beyonce.

Prinnie has starred in the internationally acclaimed Michael Jackson musical and most recently in Aladdin and His Wondrous Lamp. Her successful career has had her cast in the 2013 Celebrity Apprentice and as the backstage correspondent in the 2014 reality show The Voice Kids.

Her diversity of talent, from studio recordings to television appearances and musical theatre abilities make her one of Australia’s most exciting artists.

Prinnie will feature alongside many other acts at the Cabramatta Moon Festival across three stages of entertainment. The program will be jam packed with acts from 11am-8pm, including martial arts displays, lion dances, cooking demonstrations, singing and Polynesian performances in beautiful authentic costumes with breathtaking fire twirling and more.

Fairfield City Council is currently running a competition for two lucky winners to have the chance to meet Prinnie Stevens with a double backstage pass. Simply ‘Like’ the ‘Cabramatta – A Taste of Asia’ Facebook page and in 25 words or less tell us why you would like to meet Prinnie Stevens. The most creative answer wins.

Other crowd favourites such as noodle eating, prawn peeling and moon cake eating competitions return to showcase the community’s unique traditions and cultures.

Cabramatta Moon Festival is recognised as one of Sydney’s largest and brightest Asian cultural celebrations, attracting more than 90,000 people from across Sydney and NSW each year.

Entry is free with transport available from Cabramatta train station and free shuttle services running throughout the day.

Cabramatta Station falls on the T3 Bankstown, T5 Cumberland and T2 Inner west and south lines and is a 45 minute journey from Central train station. Take advantage of the public transport for easy access to the festival door at Cabramatta Town Centre.

Visit www.fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au/moonfestival for more information.

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