Bridging Cultures Festival
24 Mar 2017 | Friday 2:00pm to 7:00pm
BEMAC is getting out from under the bridge and onto the main stage at Bridging Cultures.
The inaugural festival of diversity, being held during Australia’s annual Harmony Day celebrations, is taking place at Mabel Park State High School in Logan on March 24 from 2pm – 7pm.
BEMAC has partnered with Access, the State Government, Australian Council for the Arts, Logan City Council, Multilink and Arts Queensland to bring Jesswar and Bullhorn to this pinnacle celebration of Logan City’s diversity and inclusivity.
21-year-old female hip-hop artist Jesswar has been slaying live shows and Internet tracks and videos for the past five years. Hailing from the Gold Coast, Jesswar has been named one of the top 5 femcees in Australia.
Headlining the festival is the incendiary Bullhorn. With a sound born from the high-octane mix of funk, soul, hip-hop, jazz, reggae and dance music, this dynamic nu-wave brass band has been wearing down audience’s shoe soles for the last six years.
With people from 217 different nationalities calling Logan home, the city is the multicultural heartland of Queensland, and Bridging Cultures Festival is about celebrating that diversity and the humanity that unites us.
|Dates:||Friday 24 March|
|Time:||2:00pm to 7:00pm|
|Address:||Borman Street, Slacks Creek|