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LIVELIGHTER CANNING SHOW A playground for all ages

Canning Show 2020
After achieving record-breaking crowds in 2019, the Livelighter Canning Show is set to return bigger and better than ever in 2020. The not-for-profit organisation, Canning Agricultural, Horticultural & Recreational Society (aka CAHRS), has spent lockdown and beyond working hard to further elevate the magic of the show, and they’re pleased to announce a program for the ages running from Friday, November 6 to Saturday, November 7.

With new plans in place to achieve both happiness and safety, CAHRS have announced tickets are now on sale to the annual event, happening over three sessions on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7. They have also announced that due to limited capacity and COVID-19 restrictions, this year there will be no gate sales, with tickets available online only.

While the challenges and subsequent regulations of 2020 might have demanded a smaller event, the team behind Livelighter Canning Show have worked hard to bring a big experience to all patrons. The program features a spaced-out massive line up of entertainment, which minimises the number of contact-based activities. The show offers hundreds of things to do and thousands of things to see, much of it free.

While each session will have its own unique highlights, each of them are guaranteed plenty of fun entertainment including:

  • Sideshow Wonderland (WA Showmen’s Association super-size the rides this year so all ages get a thrill)
  • Farmland (make new friends with cute creatures, great, small and baby sized)
  • Stay & Play Zone (expanded relaxed family play area including sandpits, play equipment, mud kitchen, water play, Bluey and Bingo, Giant Jenga, chalkboards, photo props and other sensory experiences)
  • Food World (wide variety of food trucks to take you on a global gourmet tour)
  • West Coast LEGO User Group (Bricktober) – interactive building, games and competitions
  • Showbags (multiple vendors with all the faves)
  • Exhibition (inspiring the community’s creative spark, which you can be a part of by entering)
  • Grand Parade Markets (wide variety of community, not-for-profit, local business stalls)
  • Mad Cow Arena (incl. Quad Bikes, Axe Throwing)
  • Interactive demonstrations and displays
  • Face painting
  • Live award-winning music
  • Cultural and choreographed dance performances
  • Remote-control trucks
  • Historical displays and educational activations
  • Humpy Camel Rides
  • Virtual Reality with Ultimate Cinemas & Gaming
  • Live radio broadcast by HFM

There are even more special delights to be encountered within each of the three sessions.

SESSION 1:

Friday, November 6, from 5-10pm.

  • Fireworks
  • Zap Circus (acrobatic fire & thrills)
  • Roving Fairies from Ladybird Entertainment
  • Bands incl. Young Robin
  • Sambanistas Brazilian and Taiko Do Japanese drumming performances

SESSION 2:

Saturday, November 7, from 9am-4pm:

  • Laser Corps outdoor laser tag
  • One10 Mini Style motorbike ramp freestyle shows – Stunt and backflip performances
  • Roving performers: Incredible HULK, Marshall from Paw Patrol, Olaf from Frozen
  • Unicorn Rides
  • Gobbles the Gorilla Show
  • Mini putt with Leisureplex Lion
  • Progressive Axe Men wood chopping

SESSION 3:

Saturday, November 7, from 5-10pm:

  • Fireworks
  • Zap Circus (acrobatic fire & thrills)
  • Stand & Deliver 80s Tribute band (two sets to dance to)
  • One10 Mini Style motorbike ramp freestyle shows – Stunt and backflip performances
  • Laser Corps outdoor laser tag
  • Mini putt with Leisureplex Lion
  • Progressive Axe Men wood chopping

The Livelighter Canning Show runs across three sessions on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7 at Cannington Exhibition Centre and Showgrounds. For more information and to buy tickets  (remember there are no door sales this year!) head to their website.

Say hello to the Canning Show 2020 presented by LiveLighter 🎪🥳 💥 𝗙𝗥𝗘𝗘 & 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗰𝗼𝘂𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝟭𝘀𝘁 𝗥𝗲𝗹𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗲 𝘁𝗶𝗰𝗸𝗲𝘁𝘀 now on sale💥…

Posted by Canning Show on Wednesday, 7 October 2020

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