Street Ball + Ganga Giri

Street Ball + Ganga Giri
Street Ball + Ganga Giri
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Street Ball and music fuse together with this performance by Ganga Giri with his beats, didj and clapsticks

Produced with the support of Westernport Basketball Association.

Street Ball and Music fuse together - with this unique performance by Ganga Giri as a solo with his beats, didj and clapsticks. A First Nations performer who has become an ambassador for his country, offering his world-wide audience a reflection of contemporary multicultural Australia. He now works with schools across the state and closely with WILLUM WARRAIN Indigenous association in Hastings.

Event Program:
10.45am Welcome to Country + Smoking Ceremony
Bunurong Land Council
11.00am Ganga Giri Performance
Big V Basketballers + Steelers kids clinics and Street ball

The school holiday program is running and this will be supported by WPBA STEELERS BIG V MEN and Steelers Youth who will run a Street Basketball program of games from shootouts, dribbling drills and much more.
Expect merch giveaways on the day.

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Sessions, Dates & Times
21 Apr
10:45 am
1:00 pm
Additional Information

This event is free and family friendly. Event to take place in the street area between Stadium and the Skate Park. Performance can also be seen from the Harlem Café. 

Wheelchair Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible
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