Australia Day 2021 – Looking for Performers – Multicultural Event

Flag of AustraliaThe Australian Integrated Fijian Association of Victoria (AIFAV) is organising the 2021 Australia Day event virtually on 26th of January, 2021. This event is proudly supported by the Australian government through the National Australia Day council.


The Australian Integrated Fijian Association of Victoria are currently looking for performers from diverse ethnic groups and as community leaders, and seek your support to check if you know performing artists within your community that will be interested to be part of the Australia Day celebration. It will be a great opportunity to showcase your culture on this significant day and also get recognised and paid for your performance.

On our Australia Day multicultural event through the diverse range of entertainment, our intention is to reflect on our nation’s true history, which began tens of thousands of years ago and to our modern history – the waves of immigration that have shaped us into one of the world’s great multicultural success stories. Through connecting communities together, we will show unity that, regardless of where we come from, the faith we follow or the language we grew up speaking, we are all Australian and we all have a contribution to make.

Please respond to Shalini Kumar on enquiries@aics.org.au if you would like to recommend a performing artist or want to be part of the event.

It would be great if you could send a 30 second recorded video of your community’s Australia Day message that will be incorporated into the virtual event on the 26th of January 2021. These messages can include frontline workers from your community that has supported our nation during the recent crisis that includes the bush fire, drought, flood and now COVID 19.

The Story of Australia
This is the Story of Australia – the story of an extraordinary nation.

The Story begins 60,000 years ago. New chapters are written every day.

On Australia Day, we reflect on our history, its highs and its lows.

We respect the stories of others.

And we celebrate our nation, its achievements and most of all, its people.

We’re all part of the story.

 

 

 

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