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Buskers revisited on Channel Ten

Highlights of the recent Buskers Festival are set to screen on Channel Ten this afternoon.
Highlights of the recent Buskers Festival are set to screen on Channel Ten this afternoon.

THERE is a chance later today to re-live all the colour, excitement and laughter of the recent Coffs Harbour International Buskers and Comedy Festival.

This afternoon, Channel Ten’s new lifestyle program, Making Tracks Across Australia, which aired for the first time last week, will feature coverage of the Busker’s Festival.

Busker’s promoter John Logan said he had been told there will be extensive air time devoted to the event.

“They came and filmed on the Wednesday in the city centre and took in the action of many of the shows,” Mr Logan said.

“While we have featured in numerous snippets before, we are really proud to finally have the Buskers Festival highlighted in a major free to air program and prominently featured on national TV.

“We want everyone to watch it – they might even see themselves.”

Making Tracks Across Australia screens at 4.30pm today.



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