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Register your interest to perform at Yabun Festival’s Corroboree Ground

12 August 2016
Perform at Yabun Festival’s Corroboree Ground – expressions of interest form Held each year on January 26 at Victoria Park in inner Sydney, Yabun Festival’s Corroboree Ground features traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance performances occurring throughout the day. Corroboree Ground has become one of the most popular elements of the annual Yabun Festival, the largest annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in New South Wales that draws over 20 000 people each year. Corroboree Ground provides a unique space to celebrate the vitality of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures on Survival Day. Yabun Festival welcomes expressions of interest from traditional dance groups from across the country to perform at the 2017 Yabun Festival. To register your interest and receive more information on performance rates, please complete the online form. Expressions of interest will close on September 30.

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