Riverland NO:RI Music Festival

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To bring all the cultures of our region together

How will the funding be spent?

The major cost for the festival will be for artist fees, and venue setup The festival will also be widely advertised within South Australia and interstate to attract tourists to the region and encourage reconciliation The committee works closely with the Indigenous community, the police, the multicultural community, local government, government departments and the media. The festival is drug, alcohol, and tobacco free.

How will the project be delivered?

In the event of sufficient funding the festival will be transferred from the Bonney Theatre to the Riverland Field Day site to cater for larger numbers. Local indigenous and multicultural artists will be showcased throughout the day and John Swan and Archie Roach will be the guest artists in the evening. Proceeds from the festival will provide young Indigenous people with training through the Ruby Hunter Foundation assistance program to gain a career within the entertainment industry.

How many people will directly benefit from this project?


How will you measure the impact of this project?

The family friendly Riverland NO:RI Music Festival is designed to showcase talented Aboriginal artists throughout the day, interspersed with performances by the multicultural community. It will be a sharing of cultures and the encouragement of deeper understanding and mutual friendship.

How will the project fit this year's theme of ‘Connect, Grow, Build, Belong’?

The music festival is aimed at celebrating the diversity of the indigenous and multicultural traditions with the wider community.

Organisation details

Organisation Name

The Ruby Hunter Foundation

What does this organisation do?

The Ruby Hunter Foundation is dedicated to creating opportunities for Aboriginal people, through the promotion, celebration and support of Arts and Culture


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Jesse Norris

01 May 2017

This is an awesome project hope you get your funding