Young drag queens Cherry Ripe, 16, and Jackaranda, 10, want to start a conversation about mental health and bullying.
Jackaranda says NO to bullying will be hosted by Jack Khan, aka Jackaranda.
"It's to raise awareness about bullying, and to help people understand that there is help out there, and you're not alone," Jack said.
Jack, a Year 6 student at Mount Ousley Public School and aspiring singer, will perform at the event, as will Wollongong's Cherry Ripe.
Cherry Ripe, who encountered bullying at school, said a lot of the "persecution" towards the drag community stems from lack or education, or misinformation.
"There's a lot of stigma around the drag community, but once you meet queens like Jackaranda and me ... we're just people who are trying to make a change and do something good.
"We're trying to raise money for a good cause and put on a fun show."
Cherry Ripe said the show was created to offer support for anyone struggling with bullying.
"Jack cops it more online because he has more of an online presence.
"I dress 'out there' pretty much every day, and I do get a lot of weird looks.
"I do get yelled at, but I think by me being out in the streets and showing that people like me just exist, and I'm just at Coles buying my food, it will bring down (the stigma of) people being scared or intimidated by people who dress differently."
Jack said any bullying he encounters is mainly from "kids who don't understand it".
"Some people don't understand it, and some people just feel like (doing) it," he told the Mercury.
The all-inclusive event will feature a variety of performances from drag queens to live music and dance.
"The show is all ages, all-inclusive and isn't focused on drag queens, or the LGBT community," Cherry Ripe said.
"It's focused on a positive message of anti-bullying, that everyone can get behind.
"I think this is an event for anyone to come along to and get educated on anti-bullying, and also diversity in our community."
Jack hoped that "maybe someone who does bully people" will attend, and decide not to do so in the future.
The event is on at Mount Ousley Public School on Saturday from 6pm to 9pm.
Organisers have hired the school hall for the event, although it isn't being presented by the school.
A portion of ticket sales and proceeds from a raffle will go to Kids Helpline.
Tickets are available from https://events.humanitix.com.au/jackaranda-says-no-to-bullying, or at the door.