Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre invites music lovers to come together and Rock for Reconciliation at this years’ Narana Unplugged III event to be held on Saturday June 3 from 12pm – 5pm at the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
In 2017, during National Reconciliation Week (running 27 May – 3 June), reflections are made on two significant anniversaries in Australia’s reconciliation journey – 50 years since the 1967 referendum, and 25 years since the historic Mabo decision.
Narana Unplugged III features the talents of Benny Walker, Alice Skye, Nathan Seeckts, Rach Brennan, Lyndon Morgan and special guests The Deadly Dancers across Narana’s unique Boomerang stage, showcasing the diverse range of musical styles and support for local musicians. The all-ages event is part of Narana’s efforts to engage with the local community in new ways and is a focal point for community engagement and sharing Narana’s ethos of “Listening & Learning” to a wider audience.
Tickets are just $20 available from Narana’s Retail Shop on sale from May 1 and will also be available on the day, with kids under 12 free. Visitors are encouraged to pack a picnic rug and some camping chairs and immerse themselves in the total Narana experience. More information and tickets via the website.