Buskers still fun without sun

THERE may have not been much sun, but kids still had plenty of fun at the 2008 Coffs Harbour International Buskers and Comedy Festival Kids Day yesterday.

All activities bar the jumping castle carried on in the not-so-nice weather, and crowds were still well pleased; the noticeable favourite (beside the performances) were the temporary tattoos.

The Blackstreet Boys were an obvious crowd favourite, with 11-year-old Sam Speechley picking their routine as the highlight of his day.

“I'm having fun - it was funny when they picked on each other at the start,” he said.

  • Catch more buskers action today as Harbour Drive in the City Centre is shut down to make way for fun and frivolity from 9.30am. If you miss it, you can catch some performers at the Catholic Club from 8pm tonight.

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