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NAIDOC in the City takes on Sydney Town Hall

City of Sydney < 1 mins read

 

WHAT:           The City of Sydney’s annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, NAIDOC in the City, takes over Sydney Town Hall on Wednesday 10 July.

 

Markets showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, clothing and local services will take place during the day alongside dance performances.

 

A free, live music concert featuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, spanning country music to hip-hop, will light up the big stage in Centennial Hall at night.

 

DATE:             Wednesday, 10 July 2024

 

TIME:              Markets and dance performances: 11am–4pm

                        Live music concert: 6pm–9.30pm

           

WHERE:         Sydney Town Hall

 

COST:            Entry is free.

 

Free tickets to the live music concert will be available at sydneynaidoc.com.au closer to the event.

 

NAIDOC in the City is produced by the City of Sydney in partnership with Gadigal Information Service.

 

Koori Radio will broadcast live from the event.

 

For more information please email Roxanne Macara rmacara@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au or phone 0438 554 640.

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