Superhero YOUth is back again. To celebrate National Youth Week, the Youth Focus Youth Reference Group and zero2hero young volunteers have partnered to create an event by young people, for young people.

Superhero YOUth aims to bring young people together to raise awareness and begin conversations about youth mental health and wellbeing, and raise funds to continue the vital services provided by Youth Focus and Zero2Hero.  Join us for entertainment, food trucks and community stalls which will support the beginnings of conversations. The spirit of the day is to communicate the message: “it’s okay to not be okay, every superhero has a bad day”.

  • Live music: Death by Denim, Marksman Lloyd and more
  • Food trucks
  • Silent disco
  • Photobooth
  • Prizes
  • Art & chill out zones

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Price

  • FREE

Where

Perth Cultural Centre

Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street, Perth.

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