Justice Crew headlines Campbelltown's first disability youth music festival this weekend

READY TO GO: Aussie band Justice Crew will headline the inaugural Feel the Beat concert.
READY TO GO: Aussie band Justice Crew will headline the inaugural Feel the Beat concert.

Be prepared for a music experience like no other this weekend.

Campbelltown will host Feel the Beat, the region's first ever music festival designed for young people with a disability.

Campbelltown councillor Margaret Chivers first raised the idea at a council meeting in March.

Cr Chivers said she couldn't wait for Feel the Beat to get under way on Sunday, August 19.

"It's so very different and targets a different age group," she said.

"I'm really enthusiastic about it. It's been great to see the whole community work together to organise the festival."

Feel the Beat will be headlined by Australian band Justice Crew.

Justice Crew shot to prominence in 2010 when they won the fourth season of Australia's Got Talent.

Mayor George Brticevic said the band was set to entertain on Sunday.

"It's exciting to have such a group like Justice Crew come to Campbelltown," he said.

However, Cr Brticevic said noise-cancelling earphones would be available for people who struggled with loud noises.

"These earphones are fantastic," he said.

"For a lot of people, there is loud noises which they don't appreciate."

Cr Brticevic said Feel the Beat was designed for everybody.

"We've received a lot of heartfelt feedback about it already," he said.

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).

Tickets are $10 person.