The Bearded Bakers will be at FUSION17 in Wagga WaggaSat 21 Oct 2017

Time: 4pm to 9.30pm

Get into the mix and discover the true taste of Wagga’s rich cultural diversity at FUSION17 Multicultural Street Festival.

This year’s entertainment line-up boasts some of most creative and talented performers in the country, complemented by our community performers, food from across the world and more.

Headlining this year’s free multicultural street festival are musicians NgaiireThelma PlumHolly Throsby and Elki, along with entertainment from Old SpiceStiltuesqueThe Bearded Bakers (pictured right) and Melbourne-based DJs Saca La MoisMonkey Marc and Victor Gil Gomez.

The headliners share a passion for music, whether it’s Ngaiire’s soaring voice that has taken her to the stage of the iconic Glastonbury Festival, or the lyricism of singer-songwriter and author Holly Throsby.

Elki is known for her powerful alt-pop, while Thelma Plum has dominated the Triple J airwaves with songs like How Much Does Your Love Cost?.

Bring your family and friends and celebrate cultural diversity, community harmony and the arts. Experience all there is to love about our city at FUSION17!

Cost: Free
Location: Civic Centre Precinct, between Morrow & Johnston Streets, Wagga Wagga
Contact: Wagga Wagga City Council on 1300 292 442

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