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Cultural Centre Kambri (ANU Building 153)

University Avenue

Acton, ACT 2601

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Join us to celebrate the last day of ANU NAIDOC Week with our annual ANU NAIDOC Concert: Voice Treaty Truth at the Kambri Cultural Centre on August 3rd!

The ANU NAIDOC Concert is an opportunity for everyone to get together and enjoy some fantastic music from THREE deadly Indigenous hip-hop and RnB acts from across the country. Stay tuned for updates about the line-up and other event announcements.

All tickets - student, adult, etc. - this year online tickets are only $11.64 each! You can also rock up to the event on the day between the hours of 7pm and 8pm and buy a ticket at $15 each. As this event is family-friendly, if you have children under 12 send us a message and we'll figure out a special family deal!

Your ticket includes:
Amazing music from 3 hip hop and RnB Indigenous acts - Oetha, Drmngnow and Dallas Woods!
Relaxed, family-friendly vibes
Free dinner

Dinner this year is a classic sausage sizzle with a gourmet twist. Vegan and vegetarian options are available and all meat is halal certified. A range of soft drinks and bottled water will also be available for free to all attendees.

At ANUSA Indigenous Department, we strive to make our events as inclusive as possible. Our event venue is accessible via lift from the carpark. The ground of the main entrance and the entirety of the venue space is flat. There are accessible and gender-neutral bathrooms within the building. The closest parking (including accessible parking spaces) is the Kambri underground carpark. If you have any accessibility requirements, don’t hesitate to email us at sa.indigenous@anu.edu.au, or call us at 02 6125 5333.

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Cultural Centre Kambri (ANU Building 153)

University Avenue

Acton, ACT 2601

Australia

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No Refunds

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