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Youth Festivale

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Saturday 9 April 2022 from 12pm to 4pm

Bring your friends or meet new ones at this free one-day festival for ages 12 to 18 as part Youth Week in the City.

You’ll enjoy a great line up of entertainment and activities kicking off from 12pm including:

  • live performance from BALLY BOY

  • plus MRVZ, Maysa and Zipporah and local artists Lil Arts featuring The Chaza, Big T, Sonboy, Triniti, Dibs, Yung Brother, and ByDezik

  • virtual reality and arcade games run by FREAK Entertainment and My Games Room

  • basketball competitions and special guest appearance by Redfern's very own Sydney Kings player Biwali Bayles

  • hands on artivism workshops exploring important issues through art and creativity

  • conversation circles led by Voices of Influence discussing human rights and social justice issues

  • delicious food from the Oz Harvest Food truck and the Retro Birdie ice cream truck

  • market stalls and more

A Welcome to Country and presentation of the Betty Makin Youth Awards takes place at 1pm.

This is a free event organised by young people and for ages 12 to 18 years only. Entry is free. Book a ticket or register on arrival.

The event will go ahead regardless of the weather.

We aim to deliver inclusive and accessible programs. If you have any particular access or communication needs please contact Aliza Denenberg senior social programs officer on 02 9246 7810 or email adenenberg@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Please note that this is a drug and alcohol free event.

Contact event organiser

City of Sydney

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