Remember to book for the Premier’s Harmony Dinner on March 21

Tickets for the unmissable 2018 Premier’s Harmony Dinner are selling out fast, Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams has announced.

Mr Williams said The Premier’s Harmony Dinner celebrates our enormous successes as the most multicultural state in Australia.

“In NSW we come from more than 300 ancestries and speak more than 200 languages. We are the sum total of every nationality in the world,” Mr Williams said.

“The event showcases an entertaining program of colourful performances reflecting this incredible cultural diversity.”

Headline acts The Voice Australia stars Mahalia Barnes and Prinnie Stevens will set the stage on fire with their powerful duet singing. Other acts include Chinese opera sensation Sharon Zhai, a Japanese Australian drumming ensemble and a Sri Lankan dance and drumming group.

Multicultural NSW Advisory Board Chairperson Dr GK Harinath said the Premier will present Multicultural Community Medals honouring achievements in sectors including human rights, arts and culture, regional communities, and economic participation.

“The Premier’s Multicultural Community medalists will be recognised for their tireless dedication and effort in promoting community harmony and social cohesion,” said Dr Harinath said.

In addition to the Medals, the Multicultural Honour Roll will recognise the names and achievements of multicultural champions in NSW.

The Premier’s Harmony Dinner will be held at the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse on Harmony Day, 21 March 2018.

More than 1,500 guests including community leaders, corporate and business leaders, Members of Parliament, non-government organisations and representatives from the media are expected to attend the night.

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