Treaty Day Out, the biggest, blakest event on Victoria’s music calendar, is returning and this time it’ll be rocking Bendigo.
A first class, all-First Nations line-up is set to light up Dja Dja Wurrung Country in October, with Briggs, Dan Sultan, No Fixed Address, Marlon x Rulla, Kee-ahn, and more, sharing the stage for a celebration of our shared Treaty journey and the oldest living culture in the world.
Kicking off on Saturday 1 October at the Bendigo Showgrounds, the festival will play host to food trucks, First Nations market stalls, a smoking ceremony and traditional and cultural activities for the whole family.
Treaty Day Out is hosted by the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria (the Assembly), the democratic voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Victorian Treaty process.
Tickets to the festival are free for First Nations people who are enrolled with the Assembly, and are available to purchase for friends and allies.
Any Traditional Owner of Country in Victoria, who is 16 years and older is eligible to enrol, along with any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person from interstate, as long as they have lived in Victoria for at least three of the past five years.
Treaty Day Out: Bendigo is an event you don’t wanna miss.