The City of Wagga Wagga's spectacular Civic Centre Precinct burst into life with sights, sounds and tastes from around the world at FUSION15 Multicultural Street Festival on Saturday 17 October from 4pm - 9pm.

Each year this annual celebration of cultural diversity, community harmony and the arts continues to grow in terms of size and scope reflecting the city's diverse and vibrant community. 

Headlining FUSION15 were Sikh-inspired rapper L-FRESH The LION, the eclectic Mojo Juju, world music collective Reflejos Musique and one-man flash mob The Dancing Accountant.

Council and festival partners Multicultural Council of Wagga Wagga, Riverina Community College and St Vincent de Paul Society NSW are delighted to report that an estimated crowd of 10,000+ people of all ages came together to take part in this year's multicultural festivities.

Thanks for the invaluable feedback on FUSION15. Keep your eyes on the FUSION Multicultural Street Festival Facebook page for festival updates.

See you in 2016!