Justice Crew will headline Campbelltown’s first ever music festival for young people with disability.
The ARIA award-nominated pop group will bring their explosive energy to the stage on 18 August for the inclusive festival at The Cube in the Campbelltown Catholic Club.
They will perform alongside Ironic Circus, Under Wraps, Chris Sebastian, Rudely Interrupted and Ash n Bodo.
Justice Crew are currently on their 10th anniversary tour across Australia and have been a staple of the Australian music scene since shooting to fame as the winners of Australia’s Got Talent’s fourth season.
They have toured internationally with One Direction, Janet Jackson, Pitbull and Kesha.
“Justice Crew are absolutely pumped to be coming to be coming to Feel the Beat 2019. We are coming for you Campbelltown!” said the group.
Mayor George Brticevic said the festival was an exciting event for young people with disability in the area.
“Feel the Beat promises to be a thrilling, fun-filled evening for young people and is a great initiative for people with disability in our community,” Cr Brticevic said.
“Council is always looking for ways to make our city more inclusive and this is another example of that commitment,” he said.
Ironic Circus, Under Wraps and Rudely Interrupted all have members with disability.
Festival attendees will also be wowed by the amazing aerial wheelchair rotation act of Paralympian, Paul Nunnari.
Council have lifted the youth age bracket for the Light up Your Night session to include participants up to 30 years of age in response to the high number of enquiries from people aged 25-30.
Feel the Beat will be held as two sessions on Saturday 18 August:-
- Over the Rainbow - 12 to 17 years from 2pm to 4.30pm
- Light Up Your Night - 18 to 30 year olds from 6pm to 10pm.
It will provide a music festival environment that is accessible and comfortable for youth with disability, allowing them to enjoy a music festival style event that would otherwise be too difficult to attend.
The Cube is an accessible venue on the ground floor with additional accessible toilets
There will be Auslan interpreters, hearing loop accessibility, online print at home ticketing, controlled noise levels, no strobe or flickering lighting, quiet zones, a sensory zone and noise cancelling headphones available.
Tickets are just $10 and are now on sale via Council’s website at