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Gaba Musik in association with Arts Centre Melbourne present


Blak voices on the rise…


3 April, 2021 | 5pm
Gates open: 4pm

$45 - $200 ($45 - $50 per guest)
+ $9.35 Service Fee per order

See full pricing breakdown below


Yothu Yindi leads a line-up of living legends and rising voices of First Nations musical activism.

Stand up and join Bart Willoughby, Tasman Keith, Emma Donovan, Deline Briscoe, Barkaa, Allara, Kee’ahn, Sorong Samarai and Ziggy Ramo in this one-off special event.

In 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement leapt out of the United States and proliferated around the globe; Australia was no exception, but our movement has its own unique history and identity.

At the heart of BLAKTIVISM is a collaborative set featuring musicians that have redefined the voice of activism music across decades and to the present day, performing together as the galvanised chorus of an unstoppable movement.

Yothu Yindi

BLAKTIVISM set featuring
Bart Willoughby
Tasman Keith
Emma Donovan
Deline Briscoe
and Kee’ahn

Sorong Samarai
Ziggy Ramo
Mundanai - Embrace (Healing Ceremony)

Artistic Director
Deline Briscoe

Curated by Gaba Musik, a First Nations owned and operated company

Price range
Each order incurs a $9.35 Service Fee

There are 3 ticket categories for this event at Live at the Bowl - Lawn General Admission, Terrace Decks and Stalls Tables.

The Lawn General Admission tickets may be purchased individually and will allow guests to select their own deck and roam about the lawn section freely. The Private Decks and Stalls Tables reserve a designated area for a group of people and must be booked in one transaction. You can book a group ticket for fewer guests than specified, however you will receive and pay for all seats within the designated area.

Lawn General Admission
Lawn General Admission: $45

Private Decks
Terrace Deck for up to 4 guests: $200 ($50 per guest)

Stalls Tables

Table for up to 2 guests: $90 ($45 per guest)
Table for up to 4 guests: $200 ($50 per guest)

Ticket categories

So how does it work? Sidney Myer Music Bowl has been transformed into a socially distanced COVIDSafe space. Find out more information about each of the ticket options available.


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Age restrictions: This event is all ages, however guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Babies under 24 months do not need a ticket.

Running time: 4 hours, 45 minutes

COVIDSafe Venue: Sidney Myer Music Bowl has been transformed into a socially distanced COVIDSafe space. For more information visit our Staying Safe page →


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