Justice Crew to headline Campbelltown's first disability youth music festival

Justice Crew in 2017
Justice Crew in 2017

Aussie superstars Justice Crew are headed to Campbelltown!

The all-singing, all-dancing group will headline the region's first ever music festival designed for young people with disability.

Justice Crew will perform at the inaugural Feel the Beat on Sunday, August 18 at Campbelltown Catholic Club's The Cube.

The group came to prominence in 2010 when they won the fourth season of Australia's Got Talent as a dance crew.

Soon after they made the transition to music with their first single, And Then We Dance.

Their biggest success, however, came in the form of their 2014 number one single Que Sera, which topped the ARIA Singles Chart for nine consecutive weeks.

Justice Crew is currently on its 10th anniversary tour across the country and the band members said they couldn't wait to visit Campbelltown.

"Justice Crew are absolutely pumped to be coming to Feel the Beet 2019," they said in a statement.

"We are coming for you Campbelltown!"

Justice Crew have previously toured internationally with the likes of One Direction, Janet Jackson, Pitbull and Ke$ha.

Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic said Feel the Beet would be a wonderful festival for locals with disability.

"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," he said.

"Council is always looking for ways to make our city more inclusive and this is another example of that commitment."

Other performers at Feel the Beat are Ironic Circus, Under Wraps, Chris Sebastian, Rudely Interrupted and Ash n Bodo.

Ironic Circus, Under Wraps and Rudely Interrupted all have members with disability.

Festival attendees will also enjoy an aerial wheelchair rotation act from local Paralympian Paul Nunnari.

The event will be held over two sessions: Over the Rainbow (2pm-4.30pm, ages 12 to 17 years) and Light Up Your Night (6pm-10pm, 18 to 30 years).

Feel the Beat will include 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.