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2018 National Multicultural Festival Participation Policy [PDF 465KB] [Word 58KB]

Entertainment applications will open in August 2018. Please contact us on 02 6207 1380 or mail CSDMulticulturalfestival@act.gov.au should you have any questions.

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

ABAC Cultural Group

Time: 17 February 2018 11.30pm
Location: Stage 7, Petrie Plaza

Time: 18 February 2018 2.55pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

ACT Tongan Language and Cultural School

Pacific Island Showcase

ACT Tongan Language and Cultural School will be appearing in the parade.

Time: 17 February 2018 1.15pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

ACTS Dance Academy

ACTS Dance Academy

Time: 16 February 2018 9.10pm
Location: Stage 6, London Circuit

Time: 17 February 2018 4.35pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

Abinaya Dance

India in the City Showcase

Dance Performance

Time: 17 February 2018 5.20pm
Location: Stage 6, London Circuit

Aegean Groove

Time: 18 February 2018 11.00am
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

Time: 18 February 2018 1.30pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

Time: 18 February 2018 4.10pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

African Gospel Band

African Village Showcase

Time: 18 February 2018 4.00pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

African Village Showcase Opening

His Excellency the Ambassador of Morocco

Time: 17 February 2018 4.30pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Afro Girls Dancers Canberra

African Village Showcase

Time: 16 February 2018 6.20pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Time: 17 February 2018 5.40pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Time: 17 February 2018 7.45pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Afro Zumba

African Village Showcase

Time: 17 February 2018 6.30pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square

Amaru Tribe

Tribal Music

Strings, Skins and wood holds together this tribe of six.

Emerging from their trans-oceanic journeys they gather by the laws of creative gravity in the city of Melbourne to resonate with a new sound vision.In Quechua, “Amaru” is the serpent which connects the spiritual and the subterranean world. The tribes deep connection with their roots and mythology is nurtured through in their songlines. Amazonic drums, vibrating charangos and powerful vocal harmonies align to the Australian land creating a musical portal that connects the entire south hemisphere and gives birth to an unknown genre which they call Oceanic Cumbia.

Amaru Tribe

Time: 17 February 2018 11.40pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place

Time: 18 February 2018 1.20pm
Location: Stage 4, Akuna Street

Andhra Culture

India in the City Showcase

Vocal and Dance Performance

Time: 17 February 2018 12.35pm
Location: Stage 6, London Circuit

Au Co Dance Group

ASEAN Village

Au Co Dance Group

Au Co Dance Group will be appearing in the parade.

Time: 17 February 2018 11.55am
Location: Stage 7, Petrie Plaza

Ausfeng

Parade Participant

Ausfeng will be appearing in the parade.

Time: 17 February 2018 4.00pm
Location: Along London Circuit

Australia Nepal Friendship Society

The Australia Nepal Friendship Society (ANFS) is a Canberra based not-for profit and non-political organisation. The ANFS was founded in 1982 by a group of Canberrans and Nepali students studying at the Australian National University. ANFS was established to support the small number of Nepali students coming to Canberra for university studies.

Australia Nepal Friendship Society

Time: 16 February 2018 5.00pm
Location: Stage 6, London Circuit

Time: 17 February 2018 2.15pm
Location: Stage 1, Garema Place