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Kimberley rocks!

Music fans - young and more seasoned - enjoyed the performance of Canadian rock legends Harlequin (pictured are lead guitarist Derrick Gottfried and singer George Belanger), headliners at the 2011 Kimberley Music Festival last Saturday at Coronation Park.  - Kerstin Renner
Music fans - young and more seasoned - enjoyed the performance of Canadian rock legends Harlequin (pictured are lead guitarist Derrick Gottfried and singer George Belanger), headliners at the 2011 Kimberley Music Festival last Saturday at Coronation Park.
— image credit: Kerstin Renner

Last Friday and Saturday, Kimberley was rocking and rolling to the beat of local bands as well as Canadian rock legends Harlequin, the headliners at the 2011 Kimberley Music Festival.

The event got its roots from Music on the Mary (MOTM), an event that began as a fundraiser. Through the excitement generated, this has now developed into an annual music festival; which also boasts a children’s area, refreshment gardens, great food and local vendors showcasing their products.

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