Reconciliation Rock

To celebrate Reconciliation Week, the Buddha Bar in Byron Bay is hosting the Black and White Deadly Night on Saturday, May 29, a gig that aims to celebrate ‘one mob together in fun and friendship’.

The night will feature Dale Robert Huddleston & the Riverbank Band, who blend songs about Aboriginal culture with sweet harmonies and some country rock.

They are regulars at the Woodford Dreaming Festival and have supported Jessica Maubouy, Blue King Brown, Yothu Yindi and heaps of other cool acts.

Also on the bill are Byron’s own Blackbirds, who are semi-finalists in Australia’s Got Talent (and really want you to vote for them), plus Djuaan Cockatoo and friends. The MC is Terra Nullius from the Bay FM Cultural Awareness Show.

Platters of tasty food will be served during the evening.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from Bunjum in Ballina, Planet Corroboree in Byron Bay, The Bookshop in Mullumbimby, GunnaWannaBe Gallery Cafe in Lismore and at the door.


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