Young dancers from Togo EweledziOver 50 performers from African countries – Eritrea, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Togo, will join local Kalang performers to stage an uplifting night of music, singing and dancing in Bellingen. With authentic African food for sale at reasonable cost this promises to be a fabulous night to enjoy for people of all ages and music tastes.
The African – Australians have all settled in Coffs Harbour, having come here as refugees and bring the beauty and vibrancy of their traditional musical talents to Bellingen. Their music crosses the divide of language, connects hearts and invites everyone to get up and dance.
The South Sudanese Dance Group, Djembe Star and Togo Eweledzi will join Didjital from Kalang. Didjital fuse didgeridoo, Gumbaynggirr language, dynamic rhythms and smooth landscapes with respect for tradition. Didjital tells musical stories about country, culture and community in a contemporary landscape.
Bellingen Memorial Hall
Saturday, August 4, 6pm to 10pm
African food for sale plus drinks and desserts
$15 entry (under 12s free – must with an adult)
Tickets from Roots Records Bellingen and at the door
An alcohol and drug free event
Organised by Boambee East Community Centre in partnership with:
Coffs Harbour Arts Council, Bellingen Neighbourhood Centre, Coffs Coast Community College, STARTTS.
For more information contact Dianne Jacobus 0410266165 [email protected]苏州美甲美睫培训.au
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