Esperance's Edge of the Bay festival promises impressive lineup

Showstopping action: Last year's festival saw more than 1,000 people take in the excitement of the huge annual event. Photo: Jesinta Burton.
Showstopping action: Last year's festival saw more than 1,000 people take in the excitement of the huge annual event. Photo: Jesinta Burton.

One of the biggest events of the year returns this month, with Edge of the Bay taking over the Esperance youth precinct on Saturday, November 30.

This year promises to be bigger and better than ever, with a new skate, scoot and BMX competition, local music lineup and tasty food.

The highly anticipated Battle of the Bay kicks off from 10am, featuring new events and pro skaters Kieran Woolley and George Richards showcasing their skills.

Registrations will occur on the day, from 10am for BMX, 11am for scoot and 2pm for skate.

From 1pm to 6pm there will be community activities, market stalls, laser tag, Ross Vegas Circus, giant games, a chill out zone, a climbing wall, glittering and hair braiding, and Edward the Emu story time at 2pm.

A Pop Up Eatery with a range of food stalls will be open from 3.30pm to 9pm.

New to the event this year will be a family friendly Pop Up Bar from Lucky Bay Brewing from 3.30pm to 10pm.

The event will feature live music from the Struggling Kings, James Wilson, Michael Dunstan and Grand Casual from 6pm.

Shire of Esperance president Ian Mickel said the event had something for everyone.

"This event is a great opportunity for people in Esperance to get out and enjoy each other's company," Mr Mickel said.

"There is an exciting line up of activities, there will be something for everyone to participate in."