NAIDOC Week is taking place from July 4th - 11th, and to celebrate there's set to be a range of musical events that you won't want to miss out on. We've taken a look at a few of the different gigs, so you can grab some tickets!
NAIDOC Up Late is set to take place from Sunday, July 4th at 7pm to Monday, July 5th at 5am. It's all happening at Barangaroo Reserve, and will see the likes of Budjerah, AYA J and Mo'Ju (AKA Mojo Juju) playing.
Elsewhere, Thelma Plum, Baker Boy and Miiesha will be teaming up for a huge bill at Big Top, The Domain, Sydney, on Friday, July 9th. If you want to find out more, you can do so here - this is one triple bill you won't want to miss.
On July 10th, Hyde Park North will host performances from Magpie Swoop, Tessa Thames and more, as well as cultural workshops and an arts, crafts and produce market. There's truly something for everyone!
If you're in Victoria, Kee'ahn will be playing a gig at the Mount Waverley Community Centre on Wednesday, July 7th. It's a free gig, but if you want more information about the night, you can learn more here.
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Finally, Isaiah Firebrace will be performing at the Kingston City Hall in Victoria. He'll also be running the Beyond workshop, which is free and open to young people aged 12-17, and involves participants learning to sing Isaiah's new track Spirit with him, which'll be the finale of the performance.