Carriageworks presents music, spoken word and poetry for Elders and young people to connect and share during NAIDOC Week. Proud Erub psychedelic pop artist Sycco headlines the night with their sensory lyricism and soulful sound. At just 21-years-old, Sycco will perform an intimate show with her full band in the Public Space. She is joined by breakout hip hop artist Dobby (Murrawarri) as well as violinist Eric Avery (Ngiyampaa/Yuin/Bandjalang/Gumbangirr).  

Kirli Saunders (Gunai) and Jazz Money (Wiradjuri) will open the night with compelling spoken word and poetry.

This years NAIDOC Week theme is ‘For our Elders,’ Carriageworks celebrates this by creating a space for Elders whilst also creating the opportunity of cross generational sharing.

Free event, registration recommended.

Public Space

6pm: Doors Open
6pm: Crescendoll
6:30pm: Welcome to Country with Nadeena Dixon
6:40pm: Kirli Saunders
6:50pm: Jazz Money
7pm: Eric Avery
7:45pm: Dobby
9:15pm: Sycco
Set times are a guide and subject to change without notice.
Due to unforeseen circumstances tonight’s event will no longer be AUSLAN interpreted. We apologise to our community. 

6pm-9:30pm: Indigiearth

Award-winning, wholly Aboriginal-owned business Indigiearth will be serving authentic Native food and beverages.

Smokey pepperberry BBQ pulled pork & slaw roll with chips $15
Lemon myrtle Thai crocodile curry $15
Pumpkin, saltbush and lemon myrtle soup (vegan) with bread roll $12
Hot chips $5


Archie Rose eucalypt mule gin $16
Archie Rose red centre negroni gin $16
Archie Rose rosella sour gin $16

Atomic beer – hazy $8

Dry rose $12
Semillion sauvignon blanc $12
Cabernet sauvignon $12

Soft drink
Lemon myrtle tonic water $4
Ginger lime tonic water $4
Lemon lime bitters $4.50
Blood orange $4.50
Guava sparkling $4.50

This event may contain haze, moving and pulsing lights and amplified sound.

Carriageworks Nights is proudly supported by the NSW Government through the Culture Up Late Program.

Community engagement run by Estelle Clarke and Felix May.