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Desert Feet Tour

Tuesday 18th November / presented by James Hall

Music is a bridge; it takes us away from ourselves and transports us to places we dream about, and sometimes never know existed.

One mob’s using it to increase educational and artistic opportunities in Remote Communities and creating greater Cultural Awareness.

It’s the Desert Feet Tour – and it’s Project Coordinator Damien Thornber is with me…

The Tour will coincide with another event run by the Funding Network – and acclaimed musician – and friend of Hugh Jackman’s – OLIVE KANKAWA NAGARRA KNIGHT – is here…

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