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Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee

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by Fiona Anderson (subscribe)
A Melbourne based writer who is a travel junkie, dedicated foodie and emerging photographer.
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St Kilda's free Indigenous cultural festival
This year's Yaluk-ut Weelam Ngargee - the free annual Indigenous cultural festival - will feature a cracking line up of musical talent. Indigenous vocalist Emma Donovan, accompanied by her band The Putbacks, will bring their soulful sound to the gathering. Other performers include emerging local songwriter Kee'ahn, popular 80s group Coloured Stone and powerhouse alternative rock band Key Hoo.

Other activities will include a dance and performance workshop, a cooking demonstration, and a workshop for animal lovers. There will also be market stalls and food stalls on site.
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Why? A diverse line up of free activities with an Indigenous flavour
When: 11am - 7pm on Saturday 1st February
Where: O'Donnell Gardens, St Kilda
Cost: Free
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