Celebrate diversity and LGBTI youth and be entertained by performances that include music and drag artists at the Rainbow Wave Festival this weekend.
Held on Saturday, April 13 at Oaklands Events Centre, Pambula, money raised will go towards the new headspace LGBTI youth group.
The all-ages segment begins at 3.30pm, is alcohol free and involves live music such as Bournda Rock and Unmanned Band, Pablo the Drag Artist, guest speaker Catherine McGregor, dancing and activities before finishing with a flash mob and parade.
The over 18s segment runs from 7.45pm to midnight and alcohol will be available.
It will feature drag performers, Soul Train Band, Bega Sound Collective, DJ Fat Boii and speakers.
Food will be available for purchase at the event.
Buses from Bega, Merimbula, Pambula and Eden are available, for times and more info click here. Gold coin donations will be appreciated.
Festival tickets are $15 for under 18s, $20 for over 18s or $25 for the whole event. You can book online by following this link.
The festival aims to create a space to gather, celebrate and educate the community on inclusion and diversity.