Kick back for Australia’s most idyllic coastal music festival! Heading up Yarrabah Music & Cultural Festival in 2023 is Jessica Mauboy, Electric Fields, Jessie Lloyd and Yarrabah’s own Yarrabah Brass Band!
Explore traditional Gungganji cultural practices and workshops, enjoy delectable flavours and soak up the greatest and grooviest sounds emerging from the Yarrabah community as they share the stage with some of Australia’s icons.
Entry is free, but registration is essential! Register for free tickets now through the website.
Yarrabah Music & Cultural Festival
Jilara Football Oval Back Beach Rd
Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
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