As part of Reconciliation Week, there will be live acts at lunchtime in the square everyday from next Monday to Friday 1 June.
Monday 28 May: Drmngnow -Neil Morris
Tuesday 29 May: Kutcha Edwards
Wednesday 30 May: Alice Skye
Thursday 31 May: Mojo Juju
Friday 1 June: Indigenous HIP HOP Projects
Neil Morris leads DRMNGNOW onto the stage for the first act of Songs for Reconciliation on Monday. DRMNGNOW is a prolific electronic and hip-hop performer that’s known for experimental beats mixed with hip-hop and indigenous singing.
On Tuesday, Kutcha Edwards takes the stage. Kutcha is one of Australia’s most respected and inspiring Aboriginal singer/songwriters, awarded National Indigenous Person of the Year in 2001.
Alice Sky joins us on Wednesday following the release of her debut album ‘Friends with Feelings’ in February, Alice first gathered national attention in 2015 with her debut single ‘You Are The Mountains.’
Mojo Juju returns to the square on Thursday in anticipation of her upcoming new single ‘Think Twice.’ As unpredictable and dynamic as ever, Juju will draw on a mix of break beats, funk hooks and hi-sheen pop production.
To finish off the week we welcome Indigenous Hip Hop Projects – a unique team of talented artists in all elements of hip-hop, media, entertainment and performing arts.