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Koori Radio presents Yabun Livestream

Due to COVID-19 and related crowd restrictions Yabun will be a closed event this year, with the general public invited to join via live stream video.

 

Yabun will be live streamed from 3 isolated venues – the Yabun stage, Speak Out and Corroboree.
The Yabun stage this year will be at the Seymour Centre from 12pm – 5pm AEDT.

Attendance is very limited. This will be a ticketed event. Tickets are not for sale. There will be ticket giveaways throughout the week announced on Koori Radio 93.7FM.

Speak Out will be livestreamed from within the New Law Building at The University of Sydney. This session is closed to the public. The livestream will take place from 12.30pm – 5pm AEDT.

Corroboree will be taking place at Victoria Park. Unfortunately this will also be closed to the public but will be livestreamed from 11am – 4pm AEDT.

All of the live streams will be viewable on the day from the website Yabun.org.au.

Stay tuned to Koori Radio for more information regarding the full line-up of Yabun stage performers, topics and panelists planned for Speak Out and list of Corroboree Ground dancers.

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