The Village Fire Garden is touring to Wangaratta and Truganina July 2022!
Centred around a First Nations Creation story from the river country in southern NSW, told by renowned indigenous educator, musician and storyteller, Wamba Wamba man, Uncle Ron Murray.
Like the drive-in cinemas of yesteryear, Ron’s words will be broadcasted to the car radios of audience members parked around the Wangaratta Showgrounds at night. Accompanying the story will be awe inspiring pyrotechnics, goliath puppets and beautiful projections, transporting the audience to the time where country was created by animals and the spirits.
Music, Light, Sound and Story, all culminating in a spectacular fireworks display.
$45 for General tickets – one ticket for an entire carload!
$30 for First Nations tickets – one ticket for an entire carload!
$10 tickets are available for those who are d/Deaf, Blind or have low vision.
Services including Auslan Interpretation, Tactile Tour and Audio Description (delivered by a qualified sighted guide), are available. Please contact Nilgun at Vitae Veritas on 0400901848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss transport needs and bookings.
Gates open at 5:30pm, show starts at 7pm. Please arrive early to get your park. There will be parking instructors guiding you to a park.
While you wait there will be pre-show entertainment, with snacks and refreshments available.
This is a drive- in show where the story will be broadcast through your car radio and the visuals will be performed in front of yourcar. You will receive instructions about the workings of the show and how to tune into your radio when you arrive on site. Feel free to bring your transistor radio with you if you haven’t got a car radio…it works a treat.
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Proudly supported by Vitae Veritas, OAKFM, Multicultural Arts Victoria, Creative Victoria, Regional Arts Victoria, Wangaratta Rural City Council, Melton City Council and the Federal Government’s RISE Fund.