This coming Sunday, head to Bar Oussou for a musical feast, a plethora of speakers, soulful story-telling, art for auction and educational short films.
4:00 – Senivoda : creates psychedelic soul with world fusion flavour, touched by polish mountain folk, indigenous rhythms, jazz harmony infusions, set in soulful grooves.
4:45 – Welcome to Country
5:00 – Archer : is an old time sing song man and he breaks your heart open with blue skies, icy creeks & apple pie. ( @oldtimesingsongman )
5:45 – Short Film by IRAG - Intervention Rollback Action Group - Alice Springs on the state of intervention
6:15 – Lady Lash : a triple threat in every sense of the phrase: brilliant rapper, incredible spoken words artist & an even better singer, we are so proud to have her fierce n deadly presence!
7:00 – ELFTranzporter : the immicable rapper, a vital feature of COMBAT WOMBAT, will raise the energy in the room with MC Izzy Brown : dynamic, insightful, real & respected, Izzy gives us a dose of substantial essentials as the evening’s Master of Ceremonies.
8:00 – Story telling with Lidia Thorpe (Chair of NAIDOC Victoria)
8:30 – LA DESCARGA : A vibrant tribute to the music and dance traditions of the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Colombia.
9:30 – Art Auction
10:00 – The Lost Tribebe : a medley of soulful influences meld into a heart opening experience to drop in to a new space.
11:00 – @Superjuice : an exhilirating intitiative from the bright boys from Open Sesame Meditation Dance.
All funds raised go to IRAG - Intervention Rollback Action Group - Alice Springs - Intervention Rollback Action Group - Alice Springs - Alice Springs for their Standing Strong! Standing up! Standing together! conference in Alice Springs 23 - 26 June:
To mark ten years of the Intervention, the Intervention Rollback Action Group invites everyone to gather in Mparntwe on Arrente Country for four days of discussion, workshops and action to challenge the racist intervention policies and promote Aboriginal self-determination in the Northern Territory. IRAG invites people living directly under the Intervention, or directly affected by the Intervention, and can provide travel costs and accommodation for people travelling to Mparntwe.