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The North’s heart full of music to celebrate its diversity
Melbourne’s North will be celebrating at a brand new event sharing local talent, vibrant colours and infectious sounds from its diverse cultures on Saturday 1st July from 12pm to 4:30pm at Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, South Morang, with FREE entry for all.
Emerge in the North, presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria in partnership with the City of Whittlesea and the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Whittlesea Community Connections and AMES Australia, is a new community-based event, profiling local musicians, dancers and performers who will proudly share their cultural identity in the heart of the North.
Building on Multicultural Arts Victoria’s successful Emerge programs from various locations around Victoria, Emerge in the North is the first of its kind in the Whittlesea region.
The program boasts a number of fresh local acts, including Sudanese Dance, the Syrian Youth Marching band, and the popular Cook Island dancers. There will also be a range of community cultural stalls and services.
Emerge in the North festival is FREE, indoors; the perfect mid-winter warmer for families and friends.
More information – http://multiculturalarts.com.au/event/emerge-in-the-north-2017/
Title: Emerge in the North 2017
Date: Saturday 1 July 2017
Time: 12 noon to 4:30pm
Location: Plenty Ranges Arts & Convention Centre, 35 Ferres Blvd South Morang
Presented by: Multicultural Arts Victoria, the City of Whittlesea and Brotherhood of St Laurence