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Songlines Aboriginal Music Corporation presents

Share the Spirit

Supported by Arts Centre Melbourne


26 January, 2021
Gates open: 12pm

FREE: Ticket reservations required
Note: Tickets are a requirement of entry.

Missed out on tickets? Watch the livestream!

Watch it live from Fed Square’s big screen and Share the Spirit Facebook from 12.30pm, or a delayed NITV Facebook stream from 5pm. Triple R Facebook from 2-6pm or radio broadcast on Triple R from 2-6pm via FM, digital and app.

210114 Share the Spirit

Join us for a celebration of the survival of Australia’s First Nations people.

Experience a day of live music, art and culture for all ages. This is a family-friendly, drug and alcohol free event, showcasing the wonderful and diverse talent of the Aboriginal arts community.

All welcome. Come and Share The Spirit with us!

The opening ceremony will feature Aunty Joy Murphy, N’arweet Carolyn Briggs and the Djirri Djirri dancers. Followed by live performances from Uncle Archie Roach, Uncle Kutcha Edwards, Alice Skye, Allara, Andy Alberts, Boorook, Dave Arden, Kee’Ahn, Key Hoo, Monica Weightman and The Merindas. The event will be Co-Mc’d by Shelley Ware and Shiralee Hood.

If you have registered but can no longer attend, please complete this form so we can make these places available to other patrons.


Photo: Djirri Djirri at Share the Spirit Festival 2020. Photography: James Henry

This is an all ages event.

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

We play rain, hail or shine. The Sidney Myer Music Bowl is an outdoor amphitheatre. If rain or bad weather occurs, the show will proceed, unless deemed unsafe to do so.

View the bar menu to see food & drinks available on the day.


For detailed access information for the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, please visit our Accessibility page →

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Share the Spirit 2021 is proudly supported by the City of Melbourne, Creative Victoria and Arts Centre Melbourne