As part of National Reconciliation Week, Reconciliation SA is presenting a free family-friendly community event at Pinky Flat on Friday the 3rd of June 2022. Nguyanguya muri wamangka: Reconciliation in the Park will be headlined by Indigenous Australian rapper Baker Boy who is widely known for original hip-hop songs performed in both English and Yolngu. Currently on the Gela tour, Baker Boy will be here in Adelaide before taking the debut album to Los Angeles, New York City and Toronto. Also performing on the night are First Nations artists J-MILLA, TIlly Tjala Thomas, Deadly Nannas and DJ SVVLO.
Until 5:30pm, all the children will be kept occupied with a variety of free sporting and artistic activities. And, the whole family will be well fed by the diverse selection of First Nations food vendors. Please bring both cash and card for your purchases as there are no ATMs onsite. Please also bring picnic rugs and/or low beach-style chairs as well as face masks which are still encouraged though not mandatory. Bags will be checked upon entry, so do leave large umbrellas, alcohol, glass, camping chairs and tents at home.
On the night, Pinky Flat can be accessed via either a northern entrance near War Memorial Drive or a southeastern entrance near the River Torrens footbridge. Gates will open at 4pm. For more information, please head to their website reconciliationsa.org.au.