Pre-Schoolers and their families are invited to head down to Luna Park Melbourne on Thursday June 16th to bust their best moves on the dance floor at the iHeartRadio Little Rockers Red Nose Disco.
The fun filled morning is a celebration ahead of Red Nose Day, which takes place on June 24. The junior disco aims to bring awareness and raise funds for the work of SIDS and Kids in sudden and unexpected death in infancy.
Divas can expect to be delighted with the cool disco beats from Little Rockers Radio including The Wiggles, Justine Clarke, Playschool and Sesame Street.
Hosted by Melbourne’s number one FM station GOLD 104.3s Weekdays host Gavin Miller, children can also fill the dance floor and bust their best moves to the live performances from The MikMaks who recently performed on Channel Nine’s “Australia’s Got Talent”.
Each family will receive a cool drink and fun photo opportunity upon arrival.
Red noses or other Red Nose Day merchandise will also be available to purchase on the day.
Proceeds from all funds raised through the iHeartRadio Little Rockers Red Nose Disco will go to SIDS and Kids’ research, education and bereavement programs for sudden and unexpected deaths in infancy.
Tickets are FREE with just a gold coin donation upon entry, but families must pre-register to attend at rednoseday.com.au. But hurry, as space at this highly anticipated event is strictly limited.
Date: Thursday June 16, 2016 Time: 10.30am – 11.30am
Location: Luna Park Melbourne – 18 Lower Esplanade, St. Kilda
Pre-Registration to attend this event is essential. To register, go to rednoseday.com.au and click on ‘Red Nose Disco’ under the ‘Get Involved’ tab.
Please note that your registration gains you free entry to the iHeartRadio Little Rockers Red Nose Disco only, and not the rides. The rides at Luna Park Melbourne will not be operating on the day of the event
Oh No, this one's also OVER with! it's a same the 'out of date' ones can't be moved isn't it? it's a lovely idea though. Perhaps it will be on again in 2017???
How many OTHER 'out of date' reviews aren there here? Far too many, I suspect!