BEMAC Live – The Journey We Make Together is coming on 26 June 2022.

Exploring the traditional and contemporary connections between Australian First Nations and Pacific Island nations arts and culture. Showcasing exciting new emerging and established First Nations and Pacific Island Nations from across Queensland.

Western GuGuYelanji songman, Troy Jungaji Brady, has performed in various bands around the world for two decades, forging a reputation based on integrity and developing a stellar reputation and following.

Taitu’uga KITCH Wesche a Samoan High talking Chief is a strong cultural and creative songwriter, musician and performer. For nearly 2 decades, KITCH has performed in the music, arts and entertainment industry, across Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Canada.

More to be added

+ food van & FREE COFFEE!

Tickets here.

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