Cronulla will be alive with the sound of music during the Walk the Walls festival.
Australian Music Week, which showcases Australian and international talent, is being held at the same time.
Live shows at various venues at Cronulla will cover a variety of genres and include five free community concerts at Dunningham Park.
The first concert was held last night (Wednesday) and will be followed by:
- Thursday, 6.45 PM - 8:45 PM
- Friday, 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
- Saturday, 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Sunday, 1:00 PM - 6:30 PM
There are food trucks, a designated licensed area and murals being painted.
Australian Music Week, which has been held at Cronulla since 2015, is described by promoters as "Australia's most accessible, grassroots music industry conference".
It is an opportunity for music industry people to get together to discuss industry matters and a chance for young Australian bands to showcase themselves.
"Bringing artists and industry professionals at the forefront of the grassroots music scene together for three days and nights, Australian Music Week is all about real music discovery, relevant industry advice and good times with damn good people," the Australian Music Week website says.
"Showcasing more than 150 artists, Australian Music Week boasts genuine music discovery across an incredibly diverse cross-section of Australian and international music, from indie pop, electronica, rock and blues through to folk, Americana and country."
The Music Film Festival, showcasing the best in music related film, will be held at Cronulla Cinemas.