Share the Spirit Festival

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Indigenous people gathering in traditional clothing at Share the Spirit Festival
Photograph: Share the Spirit Festival

Time Out says

Treasury Gardens becomes a hub of Indigenous music, culture and dance on January 26

Every year, crowds gather to Treasury Gardens for a family-friendly day of music, dance and culture, with performances by some of the country's most talented Indigenous artists.

Presented by Songlines – Australia's peak body for Aboriginal music – Share the Spirit, or Balit Narrun, is Victoria's longest-running Aboriginal music festival and an all-inclusive celebration of the culture of Indigenous people from all over the country. 

Acts include Kutcha EdwardsDoe Eyes, Mitch Tambo, Brian Morley, No Fixed Address, Deans of Soul, Allara, Chelsy Atkins, Rochelle Pitt, the Djirri Djirri Dancers and the Dreamtime Dance Troupe. The festival also runs markets vending everything from arts and crafts to food. 

For the full line-up, visit Share the Spirit's Facebook page.



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