Event Session - Conference dinner

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Day 1 - Thursday 3rd, 6:30pm - 9:00pm AEST

The Main Event

The Arts Conference Dinner @ Arts Ablaze is set to be a spectacular night of networking, performance plus great food and wine from the Scenic Rim.

After welcome from Mununjali elders and Mayor for Scenic Rim Cr Greg Christensen, enjoy Dress the Central West Fashion Parade presented by Central West Aboriginal Corporation and Red Ridge Interior.

Feast on fine wines and fare from producers across the Scenic Rim.

Be enchanted by Brisbane based band Mzaza led by French vocalist Pauline Maudy, these well-loved musicians from Europe and Australia will give you an exclusive preview of songs from their upcoming Birth and Death of Stars show due to tour Queensland and Europe in 2020/2021 weaving melodies that tap into the beating heart of humankind.

Then dance the night away with Cairns based duo The Ironing Maidens. This Award winning duo (Patty Preece and Melania Jack) is live electronic performance as you have never seen before.


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We would like to acknowledge the Mulinjali People the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we meet across the Scenic Rim. We pay our respects to elders past and present and future.  Through their commitment  they have kept alive the memories and traditions of their  ancestors  to pass them on to the children of tomorrow.  First Peoples First.