The Ruby Hunter Foundation Benefit Concert will help raise funds for two aboriginal artists to tour and perform at two major concert events in South Australia on the 26th and 27th of October 2018 at the Murray Bridge Town Hall, and the NO:RI festival in Barmera.

Dave Arden & Kokamara Band
Clusterfunk (aka Funk & Disorderly)
Will Coyote
The Sea Birds
The Bits

The Ruby Hunter Foundation Inc was established to honour the late Auntie Ruby Hunter.

Auntie Ruby was an international singer, songwriter who performed with her lifetime talented partner, Archie Roach. They toured and performed to sell-out crowds worldwide, and made life time friendships wherever they went. Auntie Ruby was also an inspiration to her all people.

She was an advocate against domestic violence, and a voice for the stolen generation. She and Archie raised over 30 Aboriginal foster children, at their own expense, and taught them to take pride in their heritage, and achieve a successful life.

Ruby Hunter's Dream was to provide opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and grass roots people in the way of studys, art, culture, music, dance, film making, and theatre, in the hope of securing a successful career in the entertainment industry.

Join us to celebrate and give life to Ruby's dream with a night of live music and community.

8pm - 2am
The Tote, Collingwood

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The Ruby Hunter Foundation Benefit Concert acknowledges this event takes place on stolen land, and pays respect to it's traditional custodians, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, and their Elders past, present, and emerging. Their sovereignty has never been ceded.