BODY PAINTING: Jason Davison and Alexander Abdul-Rahman at the 2011 Peace Festival.
BODY PAINTING: Jason Davison and Alexander Abdul-Rahman at the 2011 Peace Festival. Gerard Walsh

New site for peace event

WARWICK'S Peace Festival is fast approaching, with preparations for the biennial event well under way.

This will be the fifth festival Warwick has hosted and it is an initiative of the Total Health and Education Foundation.

This year, the festival will be relocated from its previous spot in Leslie Park and will be celebrated with a one-day event at Queens Park on May 5.

The day will feature an array of activities for the whole family, including soccer, kids' activities, music and other demonstrations.

The day will conclude with a concert under the stars and near the banks of the Condamine River.

For more information on the festival visit peacefestival.org.au.



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