If you are looking to be entertained, then look no further than this this year’s Toowoomba Languages and Cultures (TLC) Festival in Queens Park on Sunday 20th August.
From traditional Korean performance group Hanmadang to folk singing duo Rubatuba and Columbian folk dancers CDG – the day will see an eclectic mix of cultures and traditions showcased through performance.
This year’s event is on track to being the biggest day yet with record numbers for both performers and market stalls.
2017’s festival theme country is Scotland and while the festival will be celebrating all things Scottish they will also be helping the Toowoomba Regional Council celebrate 15 years of sister city relations with Paju, Korea.
‘One World Many Faces’ is the theme of the iconic Toowoomba Languages and Cultures Festival and showcases an array of talent and colour from across the world.
The Festival brings together over a 100 community groups, service organizations, business and partners in the region to support and encourage a sense of belonging and community harmony.
The Festival is always a fantastic day and a great celebration of the diversity in our community.