The Big Show took place lakeside at Kandawgyi Park on February 11, featuring performers from all over the world, hosted by young Myanmar comedians, Thura Thein & Jo Ker of Omega Mime. Global Harmonies world music choir warmed up the crowd, while Balloonity from Thailand created fabulous balloons for the kids. MNTV filmed the show and later broadcast it for the whole country to see. Thanks to Dreamboat for providing the sound and lighting equipment and to Off the Beaten Track cafe for providing dinner for perfomers, volunteers and crew.
Here’s a few excerpts from the Serious Fun camera team.
The Big Show capped off another busy day at the festival – here’s a few photographs of some of the activities.
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