Saturday 25 March from 2pm to 5pm
The AYI Centre's Live Acoustic is part of our African Cultural Exhibition Project. It's Sydney's first African Arts project dedicated to giving African-Australian youth the platform and voice to showcase and share their individual talent, stories, and identity with the broader Australian community.
Join us on Saturday 25 March for a soulful sounds jam afternoon of live performances by AYI music mentor Stephen Chikazaza and the talented 21-year-old Debra Ajadi, both of whose voices will simply enchant you.
In line with Harmony Week, we invite other aspiring youth musicians from every part of the world to come along and jam with us! This will be a musical fun afternoon for those who love to listen to live music and also for those artists out there wanting to network and perform in front of others. If you have not performed in public before or just once, come along and practice your skills with others. You can also get some mentoring tips by our experienced musicians.
The afternoon will also feature hair braiding and free food and drinks by 107projectsinc as part of their monthly free food sessions. Don't miss out. This event is open to everyone. Limited seating capacity so book early!
About AYI Centres: At AYI Centres, we aim to be a hub of engagement and creativity for everyone. Come and be part of our community.
With limited venue numbers, allocated reserve tickets are guaranteed to completely sell out! So share the news — tell your friends, family, partner, teacher, pastor etc and get your tickets fast!
Security safety guidelines and policies
This event is open to all ages. All patrons must exhibit their humanitix ticket upon entry to the event, otherwise may be denied entry if the event is booked out. AYI promotes a safe environment and space for everyone to enjoy and connect.