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Australian country music legend Adam Harvey has been announced as the headline act for this year’s Shopbaby Carols in the Heart.

With a career spanning over twenty years, half a million album sales, gold and platinum albums, and eight Golden Guitar Awards, Adam is one of Australia’s most popular and enduring recording artists. 

Lismore families are invited to see Adam perform live as well as enjoy carol singing, musical performances and plenty of Christmas spirit at the annual Shopbaby Carols in the Heart on Sunday, 8 December at Crozier Field.

The annual event is free and will also include face painting and a jumping castle, a visit from Santa, and spectacular fireworks to end the evening.

Tourism and Events Manager Mitch Lowe says the eveny is a beautiful way to celebrate Christmas as a community and come together for some festive fun and carol singing. ‘We are really thrilled to have Adam Harvey as our headline performer as well as a line-up of talented local performers who will be there with jingle bells on!

‘Our talented local performers include Megan Phillips Dance Academy, Caniaba Public School, Summerland Christian College, Northern Rivers Conservatorium, Cath Simes Band and Marlaina and Ruben Garcia.

Lowe says that food and refreshments will be available on the day. ‘We warmly welcome everyone in the Lismore community and beyond to come and join us for this special Christmas afternoon.’

Gates open at 4.30pm with the first carols from 5.30pm. Entry is free. Crozier Field can be accessed via Uralba and Brewster Street entries.


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