Waverley Council is teaming up with the Sydney Improvised Music Association to celebrate Harmony Day with a free concert in Oxford Street Mall, Bondi Junction on Sunday 21 March, 11am to 3pm.
The event features a range of incredible musicians with musical backgrounds spanning from our rich Aboriginal cultures to Persia and Mali.
The audience will see performances by Yulugi, EishanEnsemble and Moussa Diakite from a stage in the middle of the Mall.
Waverley Mayor Paula Masselos said “Waverley has a diverse community and attracts visitors from all over the world so Harmony Day is a meaningful and poignant time to celebrate and bring vibrancy and life to Bondi Junction.
“Throughout the pandemic year our Arts and Culture team has worked hard on creative COVID-safe events and exhibitions and are thrilled to be able to plan a live music concert.
“I am delighted to partner with Sydney Improvised Music Association and appreciate the support of the State Government.”
Supported by the NSW Government’s Festival of Place Summer Fund initiative, the community is invited to come down to the Mall, bask in beautiful sounds from across the globe, and take advantage of the wonderful selection of nearby food and drink outlets.