African drummers feel the rhythm at Warrnambool BeachFest workshops

The sounds of African drums rang out across Warrnambool’s main beach on Tuesday for a music workshop with a difference.

Immanuel Dreessens-Owusu, from Wild Moves, helped holidaymakers find their rhythm at the beach-side drumming and dancing sessions.

Beat: Immanuel Dreessens-Owusu, from Wild Moves, with a Djembe drum from West Africa, which was one of the instruments used in the beach drumming workshops.

Beat: Immanuel Dreessens-Owusu, from Wild Moves, with a Djembe drum from West Africa, which was one of the instruments used in the beach drumming workshops.

The family-friendly workshops incorporated a variety of African instruments and plenty of hands-on instruction to help get the beach party started.

The drumming workshops were part of BeachFest activities, which continue throughout January.

Other highlights include beach soccer on Wednesday, snorkeling sessions, and a ride along the rail trail. For a full program visit www.warrnambool.vic.gov.au/beachfest

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