ITALIAN, Japanese, African or Thai. Get ready to set your taste buds alight with the return of the third annual Harmony Fest tomorrow.
Celebrating all cultures and nationalities, this fun-filled festival will feature a huge display of authentic foods from around the world.
The festival promises to entertain young and old with more than five-hours of live music, workshops, demonstrations, children’s activities and market stalls.
City of Ballarat councillor John Philips said the festival would be a great chance to experience many different cultures.
“It will be a great day out and the best part is people can slowly eat their way through some delicious food from around the world,” Cr Phillips said.
“We had more than 3500 people attend last year and we are expecting even more this time round.”
Headline music acts include Archie Roach and Shane Howard, while a hip-hop choir and local entertainment including the St Alipius and Emmaus Children’s Choir will feature.
There will be plenty of fun for the kids with face-painting, balloon-making, art classes and temporary henna tattoos.