Women of the World Make Noise

Music, Rock and indie
Sampa the Great

A stellar line-up takes over Footscray Community Arts Centre in a huge free concert

Women of the World (WOW) is a three-day festival created by Southbank Centre London in 2011, which aims to celebrate women's achievements, provide support to women and discuss the challenges we face in reaching gender equality across the world.

These days, WOW events are held across the globe throughout the year, and are recognised as world's largest women's network. This year, WOW is making its way to the Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC) for three days – and we can't wait to jump in and get involved. 

Get set for three days packed with talks, discussions and workshops across media, politics and arts. To cap things off, FCAC will host a huge outdoor concert featuring a line-up of killer performers. Best of all, it's free!

On Saturday March 25, head to FCAC's Riverside Lawn and hear from Zambia-born, Sydney-based hip hop artist Sampa the Great (pictured), Melbourne singer-songwriter Mojo Juju, electro-soul/pop duo Electric Fields, as well as The Black Sistaz, Sugar Fed Leopards, MzRizk and Thando.

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