The highly anticipated lineup has finally been announced for October's springtime celebration of live music, food and culture.
Headlining Fusion19 are Kardajala Kirridarra, Thandi Phoenix, Hot Potato Band and Big Sky Mountain. on Saturday 19 October.
Wagga City Council's director of community Janice Summerhayes said these unique Australian artists will bring an eclectic mix of sounds and styles to the Victory Memorial Gardens stage.
"Fusion has grown to be one of the city's biggest outdoor events, with more than 10,000 people from the region and beyond soaking in the sights, sounds and flavours," she said.
"Along with our headliners, there will be a mix of other entertainment including a DJ, roving performers with a 60s sci-fi space theme and our local community performers.
"There will also be pop-up shops and for families - fun activities, giant games and four hours of workshops with the hugely popular Trash Puppets."
Ms Summerhayes said one of the biggest features of Fusion is the variety of food and this year will feature another huge menu of modern and authentic street food.
Fusion19 will be held in the Victory Memorial Gardens and the Civic Centre forecourt from 4pm to 9.30pm on October 19.
To discover more about this year's festival, visit wagga.nsw.gov.au/fusion.