Date(s) - 26/01/2016
12:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Belgrave Survival Day is a family concert/festival to acknowledge the legacy of Indigenous culture, history and survival. It aims to inform participants about the rich culture and history of Australia’s First Nations peoples. Our theme for this year is ‘NO ROOM FOR RACISM”. This year we are excited to have Uncle Kutcha Edwards headline. Book in the day, tell your friends and family. Come to Belgrave to celebrate the survival of Australia’s First Nations people. Hear stories of history, tradition and culture. Listen to artists. Visit stalls and engage in activities with the kids. Say no to racism on the 26th of January 2016.
Also Featuring: M.C. Uncle Peter Rotumah, The Deans, Mullum Mullum Choir and Hip Hop Crew, The Djirri Djirri dancers, Welcome to country by Uncle Bill Nicolson, Elder Aunty Dot Peters, Traditional Bushfoods, Wolithga Wares, Digerdoo meditation, Gnarnayarrhe Waitaire, Kids activities and badge making, Damper making with Uncle Phil.
This is a drug and alcohol free family event.