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IFLC Sydney 2018

IFLC Australia

Saturday, 5 May 2018 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (AEST)

IFLC Sydney 2018

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee GST Quantity
A Reserve (Gate 3 & 6)
Rows J - R , reserved seating. Patrons should arrive at the Gate 3 or 6 on Level 3 , at least 30 minutes before the event.
Not Started $30.00 $2.49 $3.25
B Reserve (Gate 4 & 5)
Rows S - FF , unreserved seating. Patrons should arrive at Gate 4 or 5 on Level 3, at least 30 minutes before the event.
Not Started $20.00 $1.99 $2.20
Accessible Seating (Gate 4 & 5)
Accessible Seats only. Patrons should arrive at Gate 4 or 5 at least 30 minutes before the event.
Not Started $20.00 $1.99 $2.20

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International Festival of Language and Culture (‘IFLC’) is an annual celebration that showcases the diversity of linguistic talents from across the globe, with the sole vision of uniting nations of the world through universal human values. The celebration promotes cultural and linguistic diversity and the values of universal peace, love and friendship through the medium of song and dance.  

The IFLC Australia has been staged in several iconic venues, including The Melbourne Exhibition Centre in 2015 and 2017, in which it attracted more than 5000 people, and the Sydney Opera House in 2016 with more than 2000 people attending with many dignitaries including the Governor General of Australia Sir Peter Cosgrove and Governor of NSW Sir David Hurley. With more than 300 students from 50 different countries having performed so far in Australia, IFLC promises to cement Australia’s position as the premier country to host the IFLC and, in doing so, embrace and celebrate inclusiveness and diversity. 

In 2018, the global IFLC franchise will celebrate its 16th year and it will be the 4th IFLC in Australia. Amity College, in co-operation with Affinity Intercultural Foundation will be co-hosting the 2018 International Language and Culture Festival on Saturday, 5th May 2018 at Sydney’s new landmark the ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour. 

You can watch IFLC's previous performances at our website. www.IFLC.org.au

Have questions about IFLC Sydney 2018? Contact IFLC Australia

Event Venue Map

Venue map / ICC Darling Harbour Theatre

74530290

A Reserve (Gate 3 & 6)

74530289

B Reserve (Gate 4 & 5)

75047144

Accessible Seating (Gate 4 & 5)

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    When & Where


    ICC Darling Harbour Theatre
    14 Darling Drive
    (Entrance is opposite Hard Rock Cafe)
    Sydney, NSW 2000
    Australia

    Saturday, 5 May 2018 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (AEST)


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    IFLC Australia

    International Festival of Language and Culture (‘IFLC’) is an annual celebration that showcases the diversity of linguistic talents from across the globe, with the sole vision of uniting nations of the world through universal human values. The celebration promotes cultural and linguistic diversity and the values of universal peace, love and friendship through the medium of song and dance.  

    The IFLC is held every year in more than 20 different countries and attracts more than 2000 participants from 145 countries. The colourful showcase of culture and language through the medium of performing arts, creates a positive synergy on and off stage; promoting long-lasting friendships between the participants and instills goodwill partnerships for future projects.

    In 2018, the global IFLC franchise will celebrate its 16th year and it will be the 4th IFLC in Australia. Amity College, in co-operation with Affinity Intercultural Foundation will be co-hosting the 2018 International Language and Culture Festival on Saturday, 5th May 2018 at Sydney’s new landmark the ICC Sydney in Darling Harbour. 

    The IFLC Australia has been staged in several iconic venues, including The Melbourne Exhibition Centre in 2015 and 2017, in which it attracted more than 5000 people, and the Sydney Opera House in 2016 with more than 2000 people attending with many dignitaries including the Governor General of Australia Sir Peter Cosgrove and Governor of NSW Sir David Hurley. With more than 300 students from 50 different countries having performed so far in Australia, IFLC promises to cement Australia’s position as the premier country to host the IFLC and, in doing so, embrace and celebrate inclusiveness and diversity. 

    You can watch IFLC's previous performances at our website. www.IFLC.org.au

      Contact the Organiser

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