Hosted by the Council of Strathfield, the Festival is the biggest Spring event in the Inner West and Justice Crew's performance is a great way to celebrate Strathfield's cultural diversity, the theme of the Festival.
Originating from the humble suburbs of the Inner West, Emmanuel Rodriguez, Lukas Wildrok, Samson Cosray Smith, Solo Tohi, Len John Ruela Pearce, John Len Ruela Pearce and Paul Eric Merciadez come from a diverse ethnic background with dancing as their common passion.
Prior to their dancing, the members of the group have faced lots of hardship in life but their dancing has proved to be life-saving.
Their debut single,"And Then We Dance" was certified Gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association and their second single, "Friday to Sunday", platinum.
Other main stage performers include the Japanese Taiko ensemble of TaikOz, the musical talents of Natalie Colavito and SweetMojo, The Greek Dancing Group of Nassibian Dancers, Belinda's Art of Dancing among others.
The fast-approaching Festival has promises of doubling the fun with the event being spread on two days and has everything from rides to lantern parades, a large array of international delicacies, fireworks, outdoor film screenings and much more.
The dedicated corner for the kids, The Kidz World, is sure to entertain with Ruby Star and her circus workshop, the antics of Manik Jones and his loopy assistant Loolar, mesmerising illusions from Adrian Dean, Toot the Clown and Feldergast the Jester and J'mime Aloud the resident mime.