In what is set to be an epic convergence of local and international talent and cultural leadership, the team behind Fields of Healing have pulled one last rabbit out of the hat ahead of their event November 24 and 25.
The event’s grand finale on Sunday afternoon will be a community celebration of song, dance and culture featuring local legends Wild Marmalade, Happy Africa, Tommy Franklin, Indigenoise, Aine Tyrrell and a ceremony by Indigenous elders from across the globe.
Event organisers have extended a warm welcome to all, to come along and join in the event’s closing celebrations, which will be held between 1- 4pm at North Byron Parklands (Splendour site) on Sunday November 25. Entry to the closing event is by donation with 50% of the profits to be gifted to Liberation Larder.
Across the weekend ticket holders will have the opportunity to hear from 13 Indigenous elders and wisdom carriers from all corners of the globe as they come together with Australian Indigenous elders who all share a common vision; to connect community, share knowledge and celebrate culture.
The vision for the event, explained community director Adam Collett is simply to bring people together, to inspire and connect.
Organisers anticipate the event to be the first of many and that the gathering will go on to be held annually within our region.
Everyone is welcome to attend. A full program along with artist and elder profiles and a link to purchase tickets can be found on the website, www.fieldsofhealing.com.au.