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Free Livestream : Waripa

Fri 9 June

Live from The Forum, tune into a huge, ceremonial celebration of Blak music.

RISING is hosting a special livestream event for Waripa, hosted by senior songman Uncle Kutcha Edwards, at the Forum this Sunday 11 June.

Tune in from 4.30pm for a reimagining of Kutcha’s Carpool Koorioke (on NITV and online), which has seen him “cruise the dirty mile” of Fitzroy on Wurundjeri Country with the likes of Dan Sultan and the late, great Archie Roach.

Waripa means Ceremony in Mutti Mutti. Join the chorus with senior songman Uncle Kutcha Edwards in a huge, ceremonial celebration of Blak music.

The Lineup

Joe Geia and Bart Willoughby from No Fixed Address
Alice Skye
Barkaa
Bumpy
Dobby
Eleanor Dixon
Emily Wurramara
Linc Yow Yeh
Maylene
Mo’Ju
Sue Ray
David Arden Jay Jarome Bushby
Kamahi
Shellie Morris and more.

The stream will be made available on this page.

Note: the stream will only be live for the duration of the show. Playback will not be available.

Artist Times

4.15pm | Livestream starts and Welcome to Country
4.35pm | Uncle Kutcha Edwards
4.45pm | Dancers
4.55pm | Alice Skye and Emily Wurramara
5.10pm | Mo'ju
5.35pm | Kamahi and Eleanor Dixon
5.40pm | Brent Watkins and Shellie Morris
5.50pm | Uncle Bart Willoughby and Barkaa
6.10pm | Joe Geia
6.20pm | All
6.45pm | Livestream ends

WARIPA — SUN 11 JUNE

Waripa means Ceremony in Mutti Mutti. Join the chorus with senior songman Uncle Kutcha Edwards in a huge, ceremonial celebration of Blak music.

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