ORGANISERS of the Mildura Fringe World Music Festival are promising an evening full of entertainment and a celebration of diversity.
The lawns of the D’Vine Shed are expected to be “activated” with cultural activities and performances including a Welcome to Country dance and smoking ceremony, African drumming circle, weaving, henna art, and dancing.
“It’s going to be incredibly diverse, there will be three bands from Melbourne as well as half a dozen local community groups; including Burundian community, Italian community and Solomon Islanders,” Arts Mildura general manager Gareth Hart said.
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