Archie Roach headlines the Mornington Peninsula festival
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The inaugural Baany to Warrna Ngargee, or Water to Water Festival will be celebrating indigenous culture with music, art and family fun. The festival get its name from the local Boon Wurrung word for water and the West Coast South Australian word for water. The vibrant, family friendly outdoor event will host an eclectic program of traditional and contemporary musicians and dancers, bush tucker, boomerang painting, arts and crafts and Indigenous storytelling. Archie Roach will headline alongside Nola Lauch, Mau Power, Yirrmal and the Yolngu Boys. Families are also welcome with special kids' didgeridoo classes, Indigenous arts and crafts, face painting and circus activities.