PERFORMERS from across western Sydney are getting together to raise money for JDRF Australia.
The If You've Got it Flaunt It charity event will raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, to research type 1 diabetes in addition to showcasing the talent western Sydney has to offer.
Performers from The Hills, Hawkesbury, Blacktown and the Blue Mountains are showing their talents on August 16 at Quakers Hill High School from 6.30pm to 7pm.
Talent includes a 13-year-old trumpet player who sings and a 15-year-old singer songwriter who is performing his original works with his guitar.
One performer is an 11-year-old country singer who wanted to do something in memory of his dad, who died from type 1 diabetes three years ago.
There are also some great older acts who have kindly donated their time.
These include an opera singer, musical theatre, pop singer on guitar, two violinists doing a folk duo and a rock band.
There promises to be lots of talent on the night plus a raffle with some great prizes from some amazing supporters.