2 Worlds Festival 2020

SATURDAY MARCH 14TH

BIRRARUNG MARR, MELBOURNE

On the Yarra River’s north bank next to Federation Square.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT MADE OUR EVENT A SPECIAL ONE.

We will be posting on our Facebook page over the coming weeks, reliving all the special memories from the day.

Celebrating Culture – Walking in Two Worlds

The Marrma’ Rom Two Worlds Foundation

presents…
2WF 2020 AT BIRRARUNG MARR – on the banks of the Yarra River.

GATES OPEN 11.30AM

Performers

Cultural & Kids Activities

Food and Beverage

The 2 Worlds Festival is a fundraising event for the Marrma’ Rom Foundation,

whose purpose is to provide more leadership and educational opportunities to

young Yolngu women and men and strengthen their Arnhem Land Indigenous communities.

  • I thought the 2 Worlds Festival was truly unique and inspiring

    Adalita Musician
  • Very welcoming and inclusive

    Facebook post 2WF patron
  • I loved the melding of Indigenous and western cultures - there was a lot to see as soon as you walked into the gate, lots of different performers and forms of art like indigenous dancing, local folk craft and rock n roll bands all at the same time.

    Adalita Musician
  • It was a really emotional and moving event for me. There was a naturalness to this.

    Vicki 2WF patron
  • I think 2 Worlds is an exceptional cultural event, one that I will remember for a long time and one that I hope will continue to showcase, inspire and educate.

    Adalita Musician
  • We hope this event will grow and be supported in the future. The message of reconciliation and celebration of our countries indigenous heritage should be valued and promoted.

    Kate Rice Mini Maestros - kids activities
  • I played the 2 Worlds Festival in Geelong the other week. The intent was to bring Indigenous artists and non-Indigenous artists together and that was about the best festival I have played in 30 years, it was amazing. It was really wonderful.

    Tim Rogers You Am I
  • It was a positive experience on many levels - we felt so well looked after and the Festival Staff were second to none.

    Phil and Trudy Edgeley Musicians
  • Sharing the diversity of our cultures is integral for cultural strengthening within our own mobs, not just the wider audience

    Djirri Djirri Dance Group 2WF Opening Ceremony dancers
  • The mix of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers with other backgrounds - so it truly felt like a space for reconciliation without trying too hard.

    Vicki 2WF patron

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