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Join Mo'ju, Ziggy Ramo and Aya J for a night of free live music with fire pits and harbour views.
By Ben Hansen
July 01, 2022
By Ben Hansen
July 01, 2022

This year, NAIDOC Week is taking place from July 3–10 with the theme of 'Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!'. Kicking off the week is a celebration and showcase of First Nations music at Barangaroo Reserve featuring a lineup of popular and rising contemporary Indigenous musicians.

The fire pits will be lit and trees illuminated at the Walumil Lawn, which sets the stage for a dreamy winter gig in front of Sydney Harbour. Mo'ju and Ziggy Ramo will headline the night alongside performances from Aya J, Tessa Thames and Cloe Terare. Across the five sets, the audience will be treated to sets traversing genres including pop, hip hop, RnB, neo-soul and electronic music.

Picnics are encouraged, or if you're not organised enough to pull together a spread, there will be food trucks on-site from Burger Head, Urban Pasta and Walkabout Coffee. Archie Rose will also be running its own restricted bar area at the park so you can treat yourself to a gin and tonic.

Entry is free and music will start from 7pm.

Top image: Emma Pegrum

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