The City of Casey’s Rock ‘n’ Skate Festival will be bigger and better than ever before as young people from across Casey come together to celebrate National Youth Week.

The Andrews Labor Government has provided a $2,000 grant to ensure local young people can put on this event during National Youth Week.

The annual live music, BMX, skate and scooter competition will provide young people with an opportunity to showcase their talent and have their voices heard and valued.

The event will also promote positive mental health and provide information, support and referral to young people and families within the community.
For more information on National Youth Week 2016 events visit

Quotes attributable to Member for Narre Warren South Judith Couacaud Graley MP

“This event is a fantastic opportunity for local young people to get involved and make their mark on our local community,”

“We know that they have a valuable contribution to make and that’s why we’re helping them to develop their skills and make their voices heard.”

“I encourage all young people to get involved in National Youth Week and have some fun.”

Quotes attributable to Deputy Mayor Cr Wayne Smith

“With Casey having one of the largest populations of young people in Australia, it’s great to have the support of our local MP Judith Graley and the Victorian Government for this fabulous event being held at our very own ‘Shed’ in Cranbourne.”

“Providing entertainment and activities in a safe and supervised youth-friendly atmosphere, this a popular annual event put on by the City of Casey’s Youth Services Team, in association with a large team of young Casey volunteers.”