Date & Time
Wed 17 Apr 2019 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Yerongpan are an educational dance company that provides educational experiences through dance, art and language. Audiences are taken on a journey of understanding through local ancient stories by showing traditional way of telling stories through song and dance. Yerongpan, meaning Sandy Country, descend from Kirwallie, the great ancestor of the Brisbane region. Kirwallie was known to the first Europeans as King Sandy. For he was seen as the King of the Sandy Country. Performers of the Yerongpan dance group carry the Sandy last name to this day.
This event is part of Brisbane City Council's Indigenous Performance Program - Gathering.
No bookings required.
Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane City
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