Our second cultural exchange embraces local culture, our diverse multicultural community and acknowledges the traditional owners of the land where the Red Earth Arts Festival is taking place.
A Welcome to Country will open an enriching evening of cultural delights, which will include a short piece by the Modern Māori Quartet accompanied by local students, a set by The Narlis featuring Stephen Pigram and Mark Atkins, presented by Tura New Music, and a performance by Roebourne-based band and WA Music Award Song of the Year finalists, JoKeria.
• WHEN: Sun 02 September, 17:00-20:00
• WHERE: Red Earth Arts Precinct Amphitheatre
• WHO: All ages, family-friendly event
• COST: Free Admission (no ticket required – just show up!)
The 2018 Red Earth Arts Festival is proudly presented by City of Karratha alongside principle partner Rio Tinto Western Australia and supported by Pilbara Ports Authority, the State Government via Tourism Western Australia and Royalties for Regions, Performing Arts Connections Australia – PAC Australia, Kennards Hire, Cleanaway, Nielsen Liquid Waste Services PTY LTD, Karratha Signs and Pilbara Media (Pilbara News, Spirit Karratha and Red FM).