Homeground returns to Sydney Opera House 22nd-23rd November as part of Corroboree Sydney. Homeground is a free outdoor festival that showcases some of the most talented Indigenous artists from across Australia and around the globe.
Headlining the festival is one of Australia’s most-loved Indigenous artists Dan Sultan with his signature combination of powerhouse riffs, gospel music and banjos.
The line-up also includes blues and roots from Canadian duo Digging Roots, and heartfelt folk-ballads from Richard Frankland & The Charcoal Club.
With two outdoor stage areas and a range of pop-up bars and eateries, there is something for everyone at Homeground. Whether you come along for a little or stay for a while, bring the family or just yourself, make sure you pencil Homeground in your diary as this is a weekend of free entertainment you won’t want to miss! “You don’t have to be an expert on worldwide music to enjoy the Sydney Opera House’s latest offering of free events, you just need to love a bit of rhythm, relax and take in the view over the weekend. Vibrant, fun and at times edgy, Homeground is dance and music from Australia’s heartland of first peoples, with a smattering of world cultures that will spark your imagination and have you on your feet wanting more.”
Rhoda Roberts, Head of Indigenous Programming
Sydney Opera House
The full program will be announced late October. Sign up below to receive more information.
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