ARTISTS and musicians will descend on Central Library on Monday to celebrate International Day Of Happiness.

The group will explore what happiness means to them through a "mix of art, music, spoken word poetry and just plain silliness".

The event takes place between noon and 5pm and includes music from Titors Insignia and The Bordellos.

Among the artists will by Drunk Wolf and Yellow Door, while poetry will come from Lynn Gerrard.

See line-up below.

Meanwhile, from 7pm the show A Place Called Happiness - which is a response to society’s seeming obsession with happiness - sees Debs Gatenby tell her story of how she set out to discover the secrets of ‘How to be Happy’.