Gai-mariagal Festival 2024

A Celebration of the Oldest Living Culture on the Planet
26th May to 14th July 2024

Gai-mariagal Festival 2024 - Northern Sydney Region - Singing Up Country 2024

Sunday 7 July, 2024 | 3:45pm to 8:45pm

Singing Up Country 2024

Singing Up Country 2024 is our 10th Birthday Year.
A festival showcasing Aboriginal musicians, their culture, music and community spirit, it is led by Yaegl man Michal Birk.
Musicians are: The Stiff Gins, The Recognisers, Green Hand Band, Gii Music, Magpie and Spilt Coffee.
It is a beginning to NAIDOC WEEK.
Enjoy a warming soup supper.
Before the music, join in a free story-telling and walk in the regenerating bush.
This event brings together many communities. It is run in collaboration with the Frenchs Forest Catholic Parish Social Justice Group and the Kierans Creek Landcare Group, supported by Mona Vale Music.
Bush To Bowl will offer indigenous foods and plants.

Session One: Talking, Walking Country Free Event: 2:30 pm for a 2.45pm start, finishing at 3.45pm.

Session Two: Singing Up Country: 3.45pm Smoking Ceremony, 4pm start, finishing at about 8.30pm.

  • Event cost:  Full Price $55; Pensioners and Students $35; Non-employed Children Under 16 Free 
  • RSVP -  7 July, 2024 

Event Location - St Anthony in the Fields Church

Event Title - Contacts


Event enquiries email

9451 5097

Event enquiries phone number.


St Anthony in the Fields Church, 46 Myoora Rd, Terrey Hills



We acknowledge the original custodians of the land, the Gai-mariagal clans of the Northern Sydney Region.  We pay our respects to the Elders past and present.