THREE Wishez will attempt to have audiences moving along to their party anthems when they perform at the Holroyd Australia Day Concert.
The pop group which consists of Joseph Gatehau, Sophia Constantopedos and Frederico Ashton (Fred-Day) will perform covers of popular songs including Adele's Turning Tables, Jessie J's Nobody's Perfect, Pras' Ghetto Superstar and many more when they take to the stage at Merrylands Park on Saturday, January 26, from 7.30pm.
The only female member in the trio, Constantopedos, said audiences to the show could expect a party performance.
"Basically people will be able to hear us perform songs that we sung on the show [The X Factor]", she said.
"We are still the same fun group that you saw on TV.
"It will be party time when we perform."
Three Wishez competed in the 2011 series of The X Factor.
Since the show, the trio have been booked for gigs across the country and they still have a growing fan base.
"When we perform, even if it's in the little towns, we still have our original fans from The X-Factor and we also gain new fans in the process," Constantopedos said.
"We have a variety of ages who like us.
"It's not just the younger crowd, we also have many older people who like us."
Group members have also been working on their solo projects.
"Fred is producing for a lot of artists, Joe is teaching and also working on his solo projects," Constantopedos said.
"I'm working on my solo album and I'll let fans know through social media when it will be released."
While each member strives to launch their solo career, Constantopedos said the group always has time to catch up and perform music together.
"It's always a lot of fun when we perform together," she said.
"When we know we have an upcoming gig, we get together and always make time for each other."