52 Costin Street
Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project Supported by Yirrmal
16 Sept | The Tivoli
Featuring original members of ARIA Hall of Fame inductees, Yothu Yindi and The Treaty Project with special guests serve up classic hits as well as brand new material, all with an electronic twist in a cross-generational, cultural celebration.
The bespoke ensemble is inspired by the recent remix package marking the 25th anniversary of ‘Treaty-Filthy Lucre Remix’ and sees Yothu Yindi founding members – Witiyana Marika, Stu Kellaway and Kevin Malngay Yunupingu – joined onstage by former band mates Shellie Morris and Ben Hakalitz and popular Indigenous singer/songwriters Yirrmal (son of Witiyana), Dhapanbal (daughter of late frontman Dr M. Yunupingu) and Kamahi Djordon King. Rounding out the line-up is emerging Yolngu singers Yirrnga Yunupingu and Yimila Gurruwiwi, along with Roy Kellaway (son of Stu Kellaway), Ania Reynolds (Circus Oz) and DJ Gavin Campbell (Filthy Lucre).
Witiyana Marika - Vocals and clapsticks
Malngay Yunupingu - Vocals and yidaki (didge)
Stuart Kellaway - Bass and backing vocals
Dhapanbal Yunupingu - Vocals
Yirrmal Marika - Vocals
Yirrnga Yunupingu - Vocals
Yimila Gurruwiwi - Vocals
Shellie Harris - Vocals
Kamahi Djordon King - vocals
Ania Reynolds - Keyboards
Roy Kellaway - Guitar and vocals
Ben Hakowitz - Drums
Gavin Campbell - Samples and percussion
Sun 16 Sept - 7.30pm
52 Costin Street
$47 + booking fee
Fortitude Valley station is the closest train station. Exit onto Brunswick St and turn right, walking away from the Valley Mall.
The closest bus stops are The Old Museum (Bowen Bridge Rd) or the Jubilee Hotel (Saint Pauls Tce at Constance Street).
There's no on-site parking, and limited on street parking nearby. There is a paid Secure Car Park and the King Street Car Park close by. The RNA Showgrounds Car Park is around the corner.