Kunjiel (Corroboree) celebrates the closing season of the Quandamooka Festival by bringing together Traditional and contemporary Indigenous dance, music and arts for a memorable day on the one dance ground.
Featuring one of Australia’s finest contemporary artists Xavier Rudd, alongside emerging new talent including young Torres Strait Islander guitar virtuoso Chris Tamwoy, Quandamooka Country music star Adam James, plus more spoken-word artists, musicians and Indigenous and Islander dance groups to be announced.
This family-friendly full day event will have children’s activities, market village, fresh local food, and much more. Join us on Minjerribah, Stradbroke Island, as we, the Quandamooka People, host a full day of First Nations dancing, a great night of music and bring many communities together on our Traditional homelands to celebrate together – the country, culture and people of the Quandamooka region.
About Quandamooka Festival:
Quandamooka Festival 2016 will take place across the Redlands, Moreton Bay and Brisbane area, and highlights include cultural tours, Traditional song and dance, music, art exhibitions, workshops, film nights, Traditional food, markets, ongoing whale watching tours, storytelling, weaving, sand art, sporting events, speakers forums and much more.
Join us as we share our dreaming stories from Winnam (Wynnum), Narlung (Manly), Cullen-Cullen (Wellington Point), Mulgumpin (Moreton Island), Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), Nandeebie (Cleveland), Canaipa (Russell Island), Jencoomercha (Macleay Island), Ngudooroo (Lamb Island), Coochie Mudlo Island, Turkroorar (Peel Island), Tangeera (Green Island), Noogoon (St Helena) and Bungumba (Mud Island) and deepen your understanding of this area.
To see the 2016 Quandamooka Festival full program click here
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