Talented performers providing hours of entertainment at our Annual Wesley Fair
This year at our Annual Wesley Fair not only do we have an incredible range of events, food options, stalls and shopping but some incredible performances/talks taking place over the course of the day.
Songwriter, Greg Cooper wears his heart of his sleeve. Greg’s lyrics share his own stories of finding healing through his faith.
“I love that Wesley Mission brings the hope and light of Christ to so many social issues that can too often be invisible.” Greg is drawn back to music every day by the unique power it has to reach inside us and speak to us in ways that other things simply cannot.
The next performer on the talented line up is violinist Annabelle Kim. For the last 10 years Anabelle has been inspiring hearts with her performances with her violin. Now she’s sharing her talents with us at Wesley Fair.
“I’ve always wanted to share my music to help people in need and wanted to spread the gospel with my violin.”
The exciting Rio10 Trio is a Sydney based band which consists of Samuel Choi (Keyboard), Daniel Yasin (Drums) and Alex Lee (Bass). This upbeat trio will be playing some Latin Jazz tunes to spice up your lunch break.
We have such a range of performances at the Wesley Fair. Elaine Wang will be performing a solo Tibetan dance whilst the young but exceptional Daniel Yoon sharing his musical talents.
Have you booked your ticket to see "Circus Stars" presented by Dance Central?. An incredible Great Gatsby themed Circus will be taking place at 1:20 pm, with tickets on sale online from $7 (purchased before Nov 4) and $10 after.
9:30 AM - Pastor Rick Dacey: Keyboard and singing
9:45 AM - Raymond Ho: Dancing Wesley Minstrels
10:00 AM - Greg Cooper: Guitar and singing
11 AM - School for Seniors: Ukulele performance
11:30 AM - Rio10 Trio: Jazz Band performance
1:00 PM - Circus Stars presented by Dance Central
1:45 PM - Daniel Yoon: Guitar and singing
2:00 PM - Annabelle Kim Kim: Violin performance
2:15 PM - Elaine Wang: Solo Tibetan Dance
2:25 PM - Dillon Duong: Saxophone "Minuet"
2:35 PM - Christian Duong: Trumpet "The Blue Danube Waltz"