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No Fixed Address

Where
183 Clarence St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
Machine Hall
When

Wednesday 12 June from 7:30pm to 10pm

12 June 7:30pm-10pm

Cost

Starting from: $49

With special guests: Stray Blacks

Prepare for an extraordinary night of resilience, culture and electric music at Machine Hall Precinct, with legendary First Nations rock-reggae band No Fixed Address. Plus, a special performance from Stray Blacks, a band that’s synonymous with the Victorian Koorie community's spirit and resilience.

No Fixed Address, formed in 1979 and led by Pitjantjatjara man Uncle Bart Willoughby, has long been a pillar of First Nations resistance and pride, blending reggae and rock to critique and challenge societal injustices. This show promises to be a powerful testament to the band's enduring legacy, and a chance to revel in their songs of survival, resistance, and cultural pride.

For over three decades, Stray Blacks have captivated audiences with their unique blend of rock, reggae, blues, and country, celebrating the rich diversity of Koorie culture and the power of music to unite.

This will be an unforgettable night of story and truth-telling that speaks to the heart, challenges the mind, and moves the spirit. Join us for a celebration of First Nations’ music, its transformative power and the enduring legacy of these two iconic bands.

This event is supported by Machine Hall Precinct and City of Sydney.

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