The Go Wild for Wildlife bush dance this Sunday is more than a bush dance and fundraiser. It has just been announced that Waangenga Blanco, who is an ex Bangarra dancer and choreographer, will be performing a visually spectacular Ochre Dance. The performance will be part of a wild night in the life of everyone who gets down to Marvell Hall, 37 Marvell Street, Byron Bay at 5pm to raise funds for our endangered, fire, and drought threatened Australian wildlife.
The evening promises to be an exciting night featuring Chris Aronsten, singer Holley Summerville-Knott and the Larnook Mountain Band. MCs Mark Swivel and Zoe Gameau will keep things lively and there will be auctions of art and other unexpected items for everyone to enjoy.
The evening is raising funds for WIRES Northern Rivers and Bangalow Koalas. The family friendly event will include a bush dance band with callers, activities for children, Stone and Wood beverages with delicious food available. Entry will be by donation, kids free.