Treaty Day Out – featuring Yothu Yindi, Jess Mauboy, Thelma Plum and Dan Sultan – is on this weekend
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30.05.2023

Treaty Day Out – featuring Yothu Yindi, Jess Mauboy, Thelma Plum and Dan Sultan – is on this weekend

Treaty Day Out

Treaty Day Out is happening in Melbourne for the first time this weekend at Burnley Circus Park on June 3.

The incredible First Nations lineup makes Treaty Day Out the place to be this weekend, held under the big top at the Burnley Circus Site.

Organised by the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria, Treaty Day Out is designed to raise awareness of the journey towards treaty in Victoria and to celebrate the final day of voting in the upcoming Assembly Elections.

Treaty Day Out 2023

  • A music festival to raise awareness for the journey towards a Victorian treaty for First Peoples
  • June 3 at Burnley Circus Park in Melbourne
  • Yothu Yindi, Jessica Mauboy, Thelma Plum, Dan Sultan and more

Keep up with the latest music news, features, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

The full lineup features Yothu Yindi, Jessica Mauboy, Thelma Plum, Dan Sultan, Electric Fields, Alice Skye, Marlon X Rulla, Nooky, Scott Darlow, Madi Colville-Walker and more.

“What a line up! From established musical heroes to cutting-edge new talent, the day will have something for everyone,” said Co-Chair of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria, and proud Nira illim bulluk man of the Taungurung nation, Marcus Stewart.

“We’re really excited to be bringing Treaty Day Out to Naarm for the first time and to celebrate our culture and music with everyone.”

Entry is free for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who have enrolled with the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria or are under 15 years old or younger, but you still need to register for a ticket below.

Tickets for everyone are on sale now here.