DIGI YOUTH ARTS
LAUNCH 4 WEEK PROGRAM
OF BLAK MUSIC IN
Digi Youth Arts are bursting into the Fortitude Valley like lighting and showing us all how it’s done with GOOD WAYZ. A four-week celebration of BLAK music open to all and featuring some of the deadliest young artists both local + interstate.
Hosted at La La Land in the heart of Fortitude Valley, GOOD WAYZ will take place every Thursday night from the 12th of May – the 2nd of June, boasting a lineup of 3 x unforgettable First Nations artists each night that will stay with attendees forever.
“GOOD WAYZ is a sovereign space that celebrates this continent’s emerging young Indigenous musicians. In an industry where everyone talks about being inclusive, the Indigenous music sector just does the work, each and every day”- Alethea Beetson
GOOD WAYZ continues the ongoing work of Digi Youth Arts to celebrate First Nations artists as they follow in the footsteps of those who came before and pave the way for future generations. Amplifying the voices and perspectives of artists as they share insights and ideas through their music, and answering the call from community for more sovereign and First Nations run spaces in the music sector.
“GOOD WAYZ will be a hub of Blak Joy, great music and ridiculous fun, so go get your tickets now!” – Loki Liddle
Tickets are on-sale now for each of the four individual events, as well as an incredibly cheap season pass that gets you access to the entire 4 x week program for only $30! So call up your brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles, mothers, fathers, friends and cousins because GOOD WAYZ is going off and the whole mob is going to be there.
“Four weeks in row showcasing the best First Nations music the East Coast has to offer? Sounds like a good time to me, good vibes, GOOD WAYZ!. Everyone is gonna love this, bring all your friends. I’m so excited!” – Che Skeen
Tickets: http://dya.net.au/good-wayzMay 12: Jem Cassar-Daley, Loren Ryan, Yirgjhilya May 19: AYA J, Sascha Astrid, Alf The Great May 26: DancingWater, Alinta., Ethan Enoch June 2: Velvet Trip, ELEEA, Akala Newman.