Homeground Festival

Festivals, Play, Sydney / 19 November 2014

Head to the Opera House for a weekend of free music, dance and culture.
The Homeground Festival celebrates some of Australia’s most talented Indigenous musicians and entertainers on the traditional land of the Gadigal people. Homeground is part of Corroboree Sydney’s ten-day calendar of more than 100 events aimed at showcasing Australia’s rich indigenous culture.
Highlights include performances by artists such as Dan Sultan, Richard Frankland & The Charcoal Club, Digging Roots and Ursula Yovich.
The Bennelong Walk and Guided Tour offers an opportunity to learn sacred history of the First Australians. It’s perfect for all ages and will depart twice daily.
The boardwalk leading to the Opera House is set to come alive with a range of pop-up bars, food trucks and eateries. Agape will be serving delicious spelt pizzas, tapas and nachos into the late night. The Veggie Patch Van will be cranking out their locally sourced, organic favourites and Sarazine will deliver a sweeter offering of gourmet crepes. If you’re in the mood for something less casual, The House Eatery By George and Opera Kitchen offer sit-down options with a view of the festivities.
For more details about the line-up visit: http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/about/homeground_2014.aspx