BAR CLEVELAND – 433 Cleveland Street, SURRY HILLS
Date: Saturday 4 March
Time: 8pm – late!
Tickets available on the door $15
Spaces reserved for patrons wearing ‘First Australians’ parade wristband
Klub Koori is a vibrant showcase of unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander live performance in a one-of-a-kind community atmosphere. Produced by Gadigal Information Service, the organisation that operates Sydney’s only Indigenous radio station (Koori Radio 93.7FM), Klub Koori delights audiences with an array of emerging and iconic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander acts across a range of genres.
Our Mardi Gras season Klub Koori is a celebration of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQ community and its many talents. It’s a fun, positive and inclusive night for all, featuring great music, entertainment, dancing and a unique spirit of celebration. The event is supported by the Aboriginal Project at ACON and it’s a space for the Indigenous LGBTQ community to celebrate pride and diversity together with all our friends and supporters.
It’s also a focal point for our Indigenous brothers and sisters from all over the country to gather and continue to celebrate after the Parade with friends, family and supporters.
The event is produced by Gadigal Information Service and supported by the Aboriginal Project at ACON. Both are not-for-profit community organisations aiming to increase the visibility, rights and wellbeing of the Aboriginal and LGBTQI communities. The organisations have partnered for relevant events over a number of years.