The 26th of January is the one day of the year that divides our communities in a very negative way. No Worries Festival, Paradise South Crew, Rumour Has It and the local Aboriginal Community are working together to create a new sense of peace, harmony and unity within our wonderful Far South Coast. Their vision is to create a space where both indigenous and non-indigenous musicians are free to share their music, stories and unique journeys, to help us recognise our past, acknowledge the traditional owners of this land and also help us take a step into a bright future in unity, together, as one. $5 from every ticket will be donated to the Little Yuin Preschool to start a monthly music program for indigenous children. They will be starting things with a smoke ceremony on entrance. Once lunch is over they will begin the welcome to country followed by traditional dance by the local indigenous community. Through- out the day in between acts we will be displaying indigenous art and dream time stories on LCD screens on the main stage. This will be a family friendly event until 7pm which kids will be provided with face painting, jumping castle and other fun activities. Kids under 12 FREE! People under 18 years will have to be accompanied by an adult 26 years+. All under 18 years people will have to leave at 7pm. They have an amazing day full of national touring artists and local home grown talent. Come along and be a part of a positive change.