Music, Family
Power and Water


Free Event

Settle in for a night in Festival Park and catch live sets from a huge range of local musos.

Be serenaded while you grab a bite to eat, enjoy some tunes as you kick back with friends on a Dry Season evening or get up and boogie if the mood is right. The Power and Water Bamboo Bandstand is home to a host of free gigs every night that Festival Park is

Hear a Darwin fave or discover a new talent.

On Saturdays and Sundays before the music starts we’re celebrating some of Darwin’s seven sister cities –  Ambon (Indonesia), Anchorage (USA), Denpasar (Indonesia), Dili (Timor Leste), Haikou (China), Kalymnos (Greece) and Milikapiti (NT) – with short music, dance and cultural performances.

Keep checking this page for more information as the line-up gets confirmed.

Thu 10 Aug 7pm: The Neo
Fri 11 Aug 7pm: TBC
Sat 12 Aug 7.30pm: TBC
Sun 13 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: TBC

Tue 15 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: Adam Scriven
Wed 16 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: Alice Cotton
Thu 17 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: Prayer Corby
Fri 18 Aug 6.30pm & 8.15pm: Jordan Ravi
Sat 19 Aug 6.30pm & 8.15pm: Zilwa
Sun 20 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: In The Pink

Tue 22 Aug 6.15pm & 8pm: Ward Handcock
Wed 23 Aug 6.15pm & 8pm: Juran
Thu 24 Aug 6.15pm & 8pm: Son Moreta and Friends
Fri 25 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: Pulse
Sat 26 Aug 6.30pm & 8pm: LAUNCH Darwin
Sun 19 Aug 6.15pm: Natalie Leysley

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