Carols in the Park set to attract a record crowd at Beaudesert

CUTENESS: Beaudance Academy pre-primary dancers enthralled the audience last year by performing dressed as Christmas presents.
CUTENESS: Beaudance Academy pre-primary dancers enthralled the audience last year by performing dressed as Christmas presents.

JUBILEE Park will come alive tomorrow night for the annual Carols in the Park event.

Sponsored by Rotary and supported by the Lions and Zonta clubs, the event could set an all-time record if Light up Beaudesert numbers are any indication of the town's enthusiasm for the festive season.

Entertainment director Bec Teese said the evening would shine a light on local talent with A-Choired Taste, the McAuley College Choir, BAM's Bambinos, the Harmonettes, Terry Fitzpatrick, Llinos Hanson, Tiffany Kuiper, Keith Dunn and Jess Holbrook all booked to perform.

She said Beaudance Academy would once again delight the audience with their dance numbers.

Ms Teese said she would also be singing and this year there would be no excuses for everyone not to join in.

"There will be lyric sheets handed out on the night for people to sing along," she said.

"We are looking forward to a great night with a fabulous lineup of local talent."

The event will also feature a variety of choices for meals, snacks and beverages thanks to local service clubs.

Festivities start at 6pm.