The Garden Social returns this August, reimagined as a celebration of First Nations artists and cultures.
Join us on the Tarpeian Lawn overlooking the breathtaking Sydney Harbour for three days of live music, food, Indigenous crafts, progressive art installations and traditional demonstrations.
You’ll experience inspiring performances from Indigenous musicians including singer-songwriter Christine Anu, renowned performer Pirritu, singer-songwriter Madi, R’n’B artist Ronnie Smith, and many more.
Participate in a progressive creation of a Warrane Community Connection Map facilitated by Yibaay Wagaan Wiradjuri artists. Learn traditional weaving using local grasses, and experience First Nations cultures with woodcarving and toolmaking demonstrations. See the full program below.
A range of food and drinks will be available for purchase on site so you can sit back and enjoy the lush green surrounds of the Garden.
Entry is free and no tickets are required.
This is an all-ages event. As the event is in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and Domain, we recommend you bring an umbrella for the rainy days and clothing that provides weather protection. There are no cash bars so please bring a credit / debit card for contactless purchases. Free water refills are available at the bar.
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As a licensed venue, no BYO food or drink is permitted.