The State Library of Queensland invites the community to come together for a free festival to recognise those living with disabilities.

The ALLtogether festival is part of many worldwide events that aim to help raise community awareness and improve attitudes whilst breaking barriers faces by people with disabilities.

The festival will be held on Sunday 22 March and visitors can experience a wide range of exciting performances and entertainment with on-stage performances throughout the day, including performers with disabilities such as The Transformers Choir, Southside Singers and Ambition Road.

Supporting partner Brisbane City Council will be providing event activities for the day including a pop-up library, council bus tours, Tai Chi, and wheelchair skills sessions.

Organisations and community groups will also host art and craft stalls and information stands including Access Arts, Life Without Barriers and the Cerebral Palsy League.

There will be a free barbeque lunch and entry to the event is free. For more information on this great day out, check out our Event Guide.