Dahl 'M' for magnificent

By KUE DAVIS

FEELIN' hot, hot, hot!

The annual Woolgoolga Curryfest is on again in April 19 and this year will be attempting to burn a mark on the world stage.

Not only is the headlining act the world-famous group Sirocco, but organisers, with the help of locals and visitors, will be attempting to create a new world record for the world's Biggest Bhangra Bush Dance.

Sirocco will be performing the energetic dance at the world's 'Biggest Bhangra Bush Dance' at the Woolgoolga Bowling Club on the Saturday night of Curryfest.

Organisers and Woolgoolga Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism are seeking participants to be a part of the world record attempt, all while enjoying a night of 'boisterous dancing, phenomenal musicianship and partying that will combine Punjabi and Australian culture in a completely original way'.

So for the perfect end to what promises to be one of the hottest events this year, why not head to Woolgoolga on April 19 and dance your way into the Guinness Book of Records.

Book your tickets now at the Woolgoolga Bowling Club. Phone 6654 1307.



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