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.

  • 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
  • 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
  • Your beautiful and moving opening ceremony was a highlight of the festival.

    Coralie Nash Volunteer
  • On a cultural level, we genuinely feel that this festival deserves a big future."  

    Phil and Trudy Edgeley Musicians
  • I thought the 2 Worlds Festival was truly unique and inspiring

    Adalita Musician
  • It was really wonderful. I think it is all about looking after the folks that are there, not just throwing a couple of thousand people into a field and expecting them to enjoy it.

    Tim Rogers (You Am I) Overdrive Magazine, Dec. 2018
  • Very welcoming and inclusive

    Facebook post 2WF patron
  • It was a really emotional and moving event for me. There was a naturalness to this.

    Vicki 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 positive experience on many levels - we felt so well looked after and the Festival Staff were second to none.

    Phil and Trudy Edgeley Musicians

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