The Eid Show Got Talent 2019 organised by the charity Human Appeal Australia was held on Saturday night at Bankstown Showground in Condell Park.
Young Muslims showcased their amazing skills and talents in singing, Quran recitation, poetry, martial arts and other performances.
Thousands of visitors came to the annual Eid Show to celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadan in a family-friendly environment, enjoying an array of thrilling rides, entertaining stage shows and games, fireworks, delicious street food and fun for all.
During the Talent Show children performed exceptionally well in front of a large audience. Their live performances revealed the depth of talent that exists in the local communities.
Performers and audience members alike also had the amazing opportunity to witness the biggest Jetpack show live.
The Eid Show Got Talent 2019 event was surely an evening of entertainment that will be remembered for a long time to come. It was a night full of great excitement and fun-filled enjoyment. Congratulations to the winner of the Talent Quest prize draw who took home a LAPTOP!🏆
Great night with teachers, students and parents at the first time at Lurnea High School Iftar
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