As of Tuesday, 3rd September, tickets for the inaugural Boomerang Festival officially hit the market, though things haven’t gotten off to the best start. Sales are dangerously below the required quota, prompting the event’s promoter Peter Noble to voice his concerns about a country growing apathetic towards its indigenous population. In order for the event
Boomerang Festival 2013
The inaugural Boomerang Festival has now announced the addition of Oceania collective Wantok: Sing Sing. The 17-piece outfit were a crowd favourite at the 2012 London Olympics Festival and managed to sell out both of their shows at the Sydney Opera House earlier this year. For the Saturday and Sunday of the 3-day event, Wantok:
There’s yet another reason to visit the subtropical utopia that is Byron Bay with the announcement of Boomerang Festival, a three-day long event hailed as the first of its kinds – an Indigenous festival for all Australians. Brought to you from the creative minds behind Bluesfest, we’ve now got a taste of the lineup, including
The Byron Bay BluesFest doesn’t finish until tomorrow, but it hasn’t stopped organisers from already announcing their next business venture: an Indigenous music festival.