The Gather­ing

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Celebrate opening night with a curated lineup of First Nations artists in a precinct-wide takeover of In The Hanging Garden.

This show is sold out, but resale tickets might be available. Check back here or on resales often.

Thu 8 June

6:30pm-12am

Doors 6pm

In The Hanging Garden

$49 + BF

Sold Out

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Curated by

Dylan Hoskins

Welcome To Country by

NITA Education

BARKAA with their hand outstretched towards the camera, obscuring their face.

Driven by the power of her ancestors, BARKAA exudes energy and emotion, with lyricism that packs a punch.

Tasman Keith performs on-stage, pointing out to the crowd.

Carrying on the storytelling traditions of his family, the rapper waxes lyrical over syrupy 90s synth and neo-funk.

dameeeela with their hands on their cheeks, tounge slightly poking out.

Electronic mixes rife with experimentation, combined with ongoing reminders of club music’s origins in Black culture.

DENNI performing with a microphone in hand.

The lyrically skilful artist returns with her soulfully smooth vocals, brimming with story and heart.

MARLON X RULLA seated on chairs, several large amps behind them.

This dynamic First Nations duo perform soulful R&B and hip hop with stinging vulnerability.

Overlayed image of Kartanya and KARAI.

A collaborative performance with the Trawlwoolway woman and the Nipaluna based singer-songwriter. Kartanya channels her gift for storytelling into music and poetry, and Karai draws from eclectic influences of folk and soul to weave songs of vibrance.

Uncle Dougie Mansell performing onstage.

Lutruwita / Tasmanian Aboriginal Elder, musician and artist living in the south of the state. Music inspired by the old sounds, rhythm and memories the islands hold for him during his time growing up.

Rob Braslin sporting a large beard, a plush item of clothing around his neck area.

A stand up comedy set from the Murri born, Nipaluna raised artist.

Kalyani wearing a red jacket, holding a Coca Cola in their hand.

An idiosyncratic DJ full of twists and turns, fusing together a tapestry of melodies from across the globe.

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