The free event is at the Canterbury Gardens, Eaglehawk.
“You can experience the traditional dress, dance and music of different cultures of Eaglehawk and be part of a positive, enriching and entertaining afternoon,” festival volunteer Fiona Mummery said.
“It all kicks off at 3pm on November 3 and includes the Red Ochre Dancers and the Plum Blossom Dancers.
“Mugi Rahayu’s Indonesian Orchestra and African Drummers, Sayon Souare and Molly Crow will be performing too.”
Fiona said Robyn Barker the Clown and Narelle Stone the Rainbow Fairy will also visit the gardens to entertain the children during the afternoon.
It’s Fiona’s second year with the festival and she said she became involved to celebrate the diverse culture Eaglehawk represents.
A variety of singers will perform throughout the afternoon including the Ulumbarra Choir and Flinn and Amicus will perform a special presentation of mime.
The Chinese Lions will finish the evening in the park with a bang.
BYO chairs and sunscreen, refreshments will be available to buy.
The Star Cinema will continue the multicultural experience with dessert finger food from 8pm and then the film, Beasts of the Southern Wild (M) at 8.30pm.
Tickets $17/$15/$13. Bookings essential on 5446 2025.