The line-up for Fisher’s Gig 2017 has been announced with bands Dear Seattle, Stand Atlantic and Ugly Mundays to headline.
The annual gig, part of the Fisher’s Ghost Festival since 1998, gives performers aged between 12 and 25 a chance to showcase their talents in front of thousands.
Dear Seattle have been making waves in the Australian music scene.
Punk rockers Stand Atlantic will showcase their energetic set to the crowd.
Ugly Mundays will also display their 90s rock inspired tunes.
A host of local acts will also take to the stage after impressing during this year’s pre-selection heats held at Ingleburn’s Greg Percival Centre in July.
The acts include Silver Strings, The Shang, Stone Rock, As We Fall, The Winter Effect, Helios and Snoteleks.
Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic encouraged Campbelltonians to check out the talent on show at this year’s gig.
“Fisher’s Gig provides young people with an opportunity to showcase their talent in front of a large crowd, and allows local music fans to enjoy quality entertainment on their doorstep, at a free and safe venue,” he said.
“Council is pleased the gig continues to be a success, attracting outstanding headline acts year in and year out.”
The gig will be held on Saturday, November 4 from 2pm till 9pm.