‘Ramadan On Q’ returning to Campbelltown CBD on March 22 and 23 promises an immersive cultural experience.

From 6 pm to 11:30 pm, Lithgow Street will host diverse food and dessert vendors, offering a taste of Ramadan’s rich flavors.

Children can engage in arts and activities at Campbelltown Arts Centre in Anzac Lane.

Mayor of Campbelltown George Greiss highlights the event’s significance, fostering unity and understanding among diverse cultural backgrounds.

“Ramadan is a time of self-reflection and togetherness for Muslims and this event recognises an important time of year for so many in our community,” Dr Greiss said.

Minister for Multiculturalism Steve Kamper praises the festival’s return, recognizing its importance for the Muslim community and as an opportunity for cultural exchange.

“Festivals like Ramadan on Q provide a fantastic opportunity for the Muslim community to come together, but also allow for them to showcase their culture for the wider community to learn, and to appreciate,” Mr Kamper said.

Private, gendered prayer spaces will be available throughout the event on both nights.

Funding for this project has been provided by the NSW Government.