Camperdown - Yabun Festival, 10am and 7pm, Free
Yabun Festival hosts a thriving marketplace, featuring a wide range of food and merchandise stalls. The marketplace also hosts stalls operated by community organisations promoting services and information.
Music has always been the heart and soul of Yabun Festival.
The festival showcases the broad spectrum and talents of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing artists. The Yabun Festival is well-known as one of the major Aboriginal music gigs of the year.
Over the years, Yabun has featured performances from the likes of Dan Sultan, Jessica Mauboy, Archie Roach, and Bart Whilloughby.
The 2018 main stage line-up:
- Troy Cassar-Daley
- Joe Geia
- Kardajala Kirridarra
- Electric Fields
- Baker Boy
- Johnny Nicol
- Jarrod Hickling
- Street Warriors
- Sean Choolburra
You can browse Indigenous-themed items, including clothing, jewellery, arts and crafts, and music. Performances occur throughout the day, providing Sydney with one of its most exhilarating and unique cultural events. More info please check the official website here
When: Friday 26 January 2018
10am to 7pm
Age: All ages (Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.)
Location: Victoria Park
Corner City Road and Parramatta Road, Camperdown
Parking: Limited parking on streets, nearest parking at Broadway Sydney
Lunch: There will be plenty of food available at the festival, otherwise Broadway many cheeky burger joints, including Burger Project and Soul Burger
Awesome Coffee: Toby Estate Coffee