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NAIDOC on the Peninsula festivalSunday 1 July 2012, 10:30am to 3:30pm
An Australian celebration
Come and enjoy NAIDOC on the Peninsula — an annual event organised by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) and presented as part of a week of celebrations across Australia.
Dan Sultan headlines the day, which includes music, dance, rides, community stalls and food outside on the Museum forecourt and AIATSIS Amphitheatre.
Performances include Microwave Jenny, The Last Kinection, the Zugubal Dancers (Torres Strait Islander dancers from Badu Island) and the Wiradjuri Echoes (Aboriginal dancers) as well as local musicians Hung Parliament, Johnny Huckle, Hidden Desire, Stick N Move and the Riverbank Band.
View performance times and more about NAIDOC on the Peninsula on the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website.
Join Museum Indigenous hosts on highlight tours of the First Australians gallery and participate in craft activities in the Museum Hall.
The festival includes the official opening of NAIDOC Week and flag-raising ceremony at 10.30am.Free
The Museum forecourt and Hall, AIATSIS Amphitheatre