Branches Performing Arts students from Cloncurry and Julia Creek shared the stage to spread a feel good message of hope and mindfulness at their Good Vibes Gala Show.
More than 40 smiling faces lit up the stage with the performance sold out at two locations.
The concert was held in Cloncurry and Julia Creek over two consecutive weekends.
Proud parent Sheree Pratt said their family had been part of Branches Performing Arts for the past four years.
“Every concert is unique and different. It’s always a highlight on our calendar,” Ms Pratt said.
The New Year will mark five years since the school’s inception, with many special plans to come.
Branches Performing Arts principal, Amy Tinning said every year we grow and extend the service we offer to regional dancers.
“Next year will be no different, as we look forward to recruiting another passionate dance educator to join our team in 2019,” Ms Tinning said.
“We are passionate about nurturing home grown talent and are eager to provide more amazing opportunities for regional children in the years to come.”
Enrolments for 2019 will commence in the next couple of weeks.
Contact can be made through Branches Performing Arts Facebook page for further information and updates.