TICKETS ON SALE: 12PM (MIDDAY) WEDNESDAY 19 MAY
WINTER IN THE DOMAIN
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney & Domain presents ‘Winter in the Domain’, a festival experience showcasing music, culture, and entertainment in the green heart of Sydney. From 25 June to 18 July, The Domain will transform into a winterland featuring two unique spaces – Big Top and Winterpark.
The Big Top will host a diverse range of live performances from Australia’s best artists. From 26 June, the surrounding area will be transformed into a free Winterpark with an ice-rink, family friendly rides and an assortment of food and drink options to enjoy between seeing your favourite artists.
As part of the Winter in the Domain COVID-19 Safety plan, there is ample space to explore and discover in both the Winterpark and Big Top areas. The precinct layout ensures minimal crowding and congestion maintaining a safe, open environment.
More info: https://winterinthedomain.com.au
THELMA PLUM, BAKER BOY AND MIIESHA (NAIDOC WEEK)
Join us to celebrate NAIDOC week with an all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander line-up encompassing some of the most inspiring and influential voices in music.
Thelma Plum is a compelling singer-songwriter with Triple J Unearthed, NIMA and DEADLY wins under her belt. Her courageous album ‘Better In Blak’ challenged themes of sexism and racism in an eloquent and heartening way, connecting with audiences across Australia.
Baker Boy creatively showcases cultural elements, rapping in his native tongue Yolngu Matha as well as English, adding Arnhem Land instrumentals including the digeridoo and modernising important anthems such as Yothu Yindi’s ‘Treaty’.
Miiesha blends the best of spoken word poetry, gospel and soul to create an inimitable stage presence. The ARIA award winning artist organically connects with her audience as she sings of her emotional lived experiences and community.
Make way for an undeniable performance of blak magic, this is a night not to be missed.
Thelma Plum, Baker Boy and Miiesha (NAIDOC Week) is an all ages event.
Under 18s MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult.
All attendees (of any age) are required to have a ticket purchased in their name.
This is in line with the current public health order that includes people of all ages in total venue capacities.