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Celebrate the amazing artistic talents of refugees
Emerge at Twilight Festival is a festival produced by Multicultural Arts Victoria, to present new refugee and emerging artists who have recently settled in Australia. Held in Shepparton (2 hours North of Melbourne's CBD) on Saturday 1st March from 4pm - 10pm, this FREE event is both captivating and engaging.
The Emerge at Twilight Festival celebrates Australia's cultural abundance through music, dance and colourful visual art and interactive displays from Polyglot, delicious food and ancient ceremonies. In this unique festival, you will see the incredible talents various people have brought to Australia as well as share the rich cultures from Africa through to the Far East.
Welcome to Country and Smoking from elder Shane Charles as well as traditional music and dance Performance by Monga J Mukasa.
A variety of traditional song and dance including: Sasa (Samoan)
Generation Ignite St. Paul's Lutheran Church Choir (African Gospel)
Oz Team Padamara (Indonesian songs)
Melbourne Bhangra Regiment (Punjabi Dance and Drums) Melbourne Albanian Community Folkloric Dance Group
Filipino Australia Friends
Young Ugees (African Hip Hop)
Taqi Khan (Afghan Hazara pop singer)
Illana Atkinson and The Deans (Soul and Funk)
Lamine Sonko and The African Intelligence (Afro-Beat, funk and jazz grooves)