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Malandarri Festival

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When

Fri 14 Jun 2019 | 5:30pm to Sat 15 Jun 2019 | 8:00pm

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Gates open Fri 14 June, 5.30pm | Gates open on Sat 15 June, 2pm

Where

Borroloola Showgrounds

How much

Price
Adults: 
$2
Children under 16 are free
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Description 

Enjoy the festivities and immerse yourself in the amazing Indigenous culture brought to you from the four clan groups living in Borroloola. Known for its strong multi-cultural representation, the Malandarri Festival celebrates both traditional and contemporary arts and cultural practices.

The line-up includes Ngardiji Dancers, Wandangula and Blind Mermaid Dancers, Mara Dancers, The White Cockatoo Performing Group, Nuholani, Sandridge Band, Malandarri Band and the Barkly Drifters. 

Booking Information

Booking details: 
Not available

Further information

Contact name: 
Eve Pawlik
Phone: 
8941 1444
Song-men and Song-women, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Scott McDinny and Wesley McDinny performing with the Wandangula dancers, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Suming Rupi performing for the Elders, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Pop-up Malandarri Festival Gallery exhibiting work from Waralungku Arts, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Samuel Evans performing with the Malandarri Band, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Garrwa Dancers from Robinson River and Borroloola, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Ryan Karkadoo performing with Sandridge Band, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Laginda Sandalwood dancers performing, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Wandangula dancers performing, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
Yanyuwa dancers performing, Malandarri Festival, 2018. Photographer: Benjamin Warlngundu Bayliss
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