Street festival to put world's cultures on display in Wagga

HAVING A BALL: Performer Tina Green at the Fusion street festival in 2015. The event is set to attract 10,000 people to Wagga from around the region on Saturday.

HAVING A BALL: Performer Tina Green at the Fusion street festival in 2015. The event is set to attract 10,000 people to Wagga from around the region on Saturday.

An explosion of colour and culture is on its way to Wagga in the form of a multicultural  street festival. 

Fusion16 is back for its sixth year at the Civic Centre on Saturday. 

It is set to attract 10,000 people from Wagga and the surrounding area. 

The event will feature Hay singer Kylie Auldist, grandpa dancer Old Spice, Zimbabwean and New Zealand group True Vibenation and New Zealand singer Aaradhna.

The festival aims to bring together the sights, sounds and tastes from around the world, according to Council’s Director Environmental and Community Services Janice Summerhayes. 

“Fusion is about celebrating the food, music, art and cultures that mix together to make our community unique and liveable,” Ms Summerhayes said. 

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