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Yabun Festival

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  1. Yabun Festival (Photograph: Michelle Lake)
    Photograph: Michelle Lake
  2. Yabun Festival (Photograph: Danny Dalton)
    Photograph: Danny Dalton
  3. Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
    Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
  4. Yabun Festival (Photograph: Jake Keane)
    Photograph: Jake Keane
  5. Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
    Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
  6. Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
    Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
  7. Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
    Photograph: Supplied/Deanna Gerlach
  8. Yabun Festival (Photograph: Supplied)
    Photograph: Supplied
  9. Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
    Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
  10. Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
    Photograph: Supplied/Danny Dalton
  11. Yabun Festival (Photograph: Danny Dalton)
    Photograph: Danny Dalton
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Time Out says

Celebrate the world’s oldest surviving culture at this popular annual festival, running in-person and online this year

'Yabun' is a Gadigal word that means 'music to a beat'. This long-running Survival Day gathering in Victoria Park that provides a space for people to share in the culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people every year.

Yabun is back for its 20th anniversary in 2022, with a Covid-Safe format and options to get involved in-person and online. You can either head down to Victoria Park at Broadway to get amongst the live performances and sprawling market stalls; livestream the event from yabun.org.au; or listen to the action directly on Koori Radio 93.7fm or via the Koori Radio app.

The musical line-up, as well as artists and panellists, will be announced shortly. Check here for the latest. 

Written by
Time Out editors

Details

Event website:
yabun.org.au/
Address:
Price:
Free
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