Alex Lehours' mural at the Crawford Serviceway

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For one day only an exciting eclectic mix of live music, market stalls, authentic food trucks and colourful street art will converge in Liverpool for a fantastic free event.

Amongst the mixing pot of street art Amanda Parer’s globe-trotting Intrude installation featuring a collection of giant, inflatable rabbits will tumble throughout artworks by the likes of Mulga, Skulk, Chocolate Einstein, Alex Lehours and Phibs.

The festival program will include performances from Shaun Parker and Company, Jamestown Collective, Revolution Incorporated and Circaholics Anonymous.

Festival Director Vi Girgis said the event is an opportunity for audiences from around Sydney to experience the cultural delights that Liverpool has to offer.

“It’s extremely exciting to be able to present such a talented group of performers and artists including Amanda Parer and Shaun Parker and Company.”

“Previously, you wouldn’t have imagined artworks and performances of that calibre to be found on the streets of Liverpool. But now, here they are for all to enjoy.” (AM)

Aug 13, 3pm–8pm. Bathurst Street Car Park, 350-354 Macquarie Street. Free. Info: liverpool.nsw.gov.au