Pacific Island events
At The Dreaming there are indigenous cultures or First Nations people from across the globe, from Mexico, Africa and the Pacifica.
The Dreaming is a vibrant, exciting and a valuable destination where local, national and international audiences look forward to their annual ceremony time along with the most comprehensive showcase of Indigenous arts from across the country and around the world.
Check out the video on the Pacific Pulse website for a taste of what can be seen and experienced at the festival.
The Festival is held at Woodford in QLD from 11th – 14th June for 2010.
Three Houses Down
Karat Promotions & Dox Entertainment Presents….
** LIVE AND DIRECT FROM N.Z THREE HOUSES DOWN **
Performing an hour worth of Reggae Sat November 28th @ St James Hotel
114 Castlereagh Street Sydney Supported by:
Local Sensation group V-TRIBE and to keep you Dancing all night DJ Peter Gunz + more!
Available through St James Hotel, Karat Promotions & Dox Entertainment, & Kiwi Fish and chips Store – Mascot, # Pacific Palms Emerton(to be confirmed), Kiwi Fish and chips Carlton(For you kiwis)
For Group bookings email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read an interview with Three houses down on Planet Tonga.
Trade Winds: A celebration of music from around the Pacific
A unique musical journey through Australia, Melanisia and the Pacific, curated by David Bridie.
Part of the Australasian World Music Expo touring in Melbourne November 19 – 22 2009
Sunday 22nd November @ the Melbourne Recital Centre
Waitangi Day – Gold Coast 2010
The Gold Coast Waitangi Day and Pacific Island Festival is a family fun day with live on stage entertainment featuring Dragon, local bands, and cultural performances. There will be a traditional welcome from an elder, and greeting from local Indigenous people. The event celebrates Pacific Island culture and raises money for Bond Pirates Junior Rugby Club and Children’s schools in the Pacific.
Sunday 7th February 2010 from 9am.
Pacific Unity – Sydney 2009
Pacific Unity, Sydney’s Premier South Pacific festival.
More details can be found on the NSW Council for Pacific Communities website.
Holbeach Ave, Tempe
Tempe Recreation Reserve