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A fest to open wide your heart and soul

By ANNA GEORGIA ROWSE MACKAY Despite my intimate, lifelong connection with Mparntwe - Alice Springs I've lived mostly elsewhere, and so 2021 was my first time...

More than 1000 to perform in eight-day Eisteddfod

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In its 33rd year the Centralian Eisteddfod will have contests including news reading, mime, all abilities dance, rock groups, composing music and nursery rhyme recitals. Photo: Sinafoni Nauhafu.

2016 the year of fun, Made in Alice

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Make 2016 your year to get involved in your local arts scene, go to shows, watch plays, listen to community radio, support your friends and your neighbours and just get amongst it, writes LAURIE MAY (pictured).

 

Central Australian music to be showcased to the world

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Aboriginal music from Central Australia will be showcased to an international audience next month during the Australasian World Music Expo in Melbourne from November 13 to 16.

 

Enigmatic, present in the moment, with grunt on Thursday nights

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It’s a Thursday evening and as Todd Mall prepares to close for trading, Anthony ‘Tilla" McIlwain and local musician Darcy "D-Day" Davis (at right), set up for a new venture, Thursday’s Late Night Shopping. RACHEL McFADDEN reports.

 

Sick of waiting for a music scene, they made one

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A group of young fellas who were sick of waiting around for a music scene. So much so that they decided to make one. The Black Wreath was born. HUGH MAN WINTERFLOOD reports. PHOTOS: Top: band members of The Horror, Miazma and Uncreation. Left: Pirate.

Alice bands head south to play at the Big Day Out

 

 

 

Two Central Australian acts, Stab Capital and hip hop duo Skank Mc (Hugh Man Winterflood, pictured on his Facebook page) & DJ Flim Flam will take to the stage for the biggest performance of their careers at the 2013 Big Day Out music festivals. [Media release by Arts NT.]

Music, magic and messages at Festival Parade

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Music, magic and messages marked the street parade launching the
Alice Festival on Friday. The spectator crowd was small but those who
came saw people in great costumes, lively dancing, bare bellied
beauties, promoters of solar and opponents of nuclear power, lots of
smiling children including the famous Drum Atweme drummers, people from
all over the world who made Alice their home, and even a prancing
poodle.

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