More than 100 performers will come together to perform music and dance showcasing the vibrant subcontinental cultures of Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India.
"Don't miss out on this spectacular night of dance, food and colour," Penrith Mayor Cr John Thain said.
"Spicy Penrith is one of those events that people rave about and there are more seats available this year than ever before, so it's the perfect time to experience it for yourself," he said.
The concert is on Saturday 1 April from 6 to 8pm. From 3-5.45pm the Mondo will have a range of stalls from these communities, including henna artists, fair trade products, Indian Artefacts, and Pink Sari who promote breast cancer awareness for the subcontinent community.
Tickets cost $25 for adults and $17 for concession (including children under 12 years), and include a food voucher so you can enjoy your choice of Indian or Nepalese cuisine.
Tickets can be bought online at the Joan box office , over the phone on 4723 7600 or via email
Caption: Come along and catch some wonderful performances at Spicy Penrith this year.