Art exhibition Nocturnal will grace the festivities of NAIDOC once again this year. With exciting acts such as Briggs, Soju-Gang and Alice Skye performing amidst an array of installations, the event promises to immerse its audience and educate with the purpose of connectivity.
Every year NAIDOC Week runs during the beginning of July, celebrating the history, culture and achievements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Indigenous Australian rap artist Briggs, fresh off the back of his recent Life is Incredible tour, will bring his influential voice to Nocturnal this July as a part of the NAIDOC festivities.
The event won’t only showcase current talent of the indigenous community, but also educate Australians from all walks of life as to the history, achievement and survival of our indigenous communities. Curated by Yulendj Group of Elders, a exhibition titled First People also gives an account of the Victorian Aboriginal communities from the time of creation up until the present.
Revolutions: Records and Rebels is set up downstairs, giving a hands-on dive into crucial mid-20th-century fashion, activism, technology and musical artefacts taken from the Melbourne Museum’s own collection.
Taking place July 5th at the Melbourne Museum, Nocturnal will not be a night to miss! Pre-order tickets here