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Blak & Deadly : Le concert de gala des Premières nations

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The official retailer for Blak & Deadly is the Sydney Opera House.

Blak & Deadly : Le concert de gala des Premières nations

Jeu Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm - 21h00

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Jeu Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm - 21h00

Jeu Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm - 21h00

Made by and for First Nations people, everyone is welcome at this glittering event starring Jessica Mauboy, Casey Donovan and Deborah Cheetham Fraillon AO.

Blak & Deadly: The First Nations Gala Concert, the only WorldPride Official event at the iconic Sydney Opera House, will be hosted by ‘Faboriginal’ comedian Steven Oliver and will feature performances from music duo Electric Fields, award-winning artist Mo’Ju and Ru Paul’s Drag Race Down Under star Kween Kong.  

Pop singers Samuel Gaskin and the Merindas, and Indigenous Canadian tenor and musician, Jeremy Dutcher, will also take part in the evening of festivities.  

Alongside this, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs will provide a stunning addition to this incredible line-up of First Nations LGBTQIA+ talent and artistry.

As you sit under the sails of the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, you are visiting Tubowgule – a place where Aboriginal people have feasted, sung, danced and told stories for many generations. Our country’s past, present and future awaits you in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can access discounted tickets through the Sydney WorldPride MobTix program.

Creative Director Ben Graetz
Executive Producer Alex Doust
Creative Producer Erica McCalman
Producing Partner The Company We Keep
Technical Direction Eat the Elephant
Lighting Provider Resolution X

Smoking Ceremony Nadeena Dixon

Running Order

ACT I

A showcase of Blak excellence in the Arts.

Nana Miss Koori
Deborah Cheetham Fraillon AO
Maestro Nicollette Fraillon
Maestro Simon Bruckard
William Barton
Steven Oliver
Casey Donavan
Miranda Kelly
Laura Stitt
Jeremy Dutcher
Mo’Ju
Zaachariaha Fielding
Michael Ross
Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

ACT II

A joyous celebration of the future of First Nations voices in popular culture.

Kween Kong & Dancers
Rocky Stallone
Jamaica Moana
Kilia Pahulu
Casey Donavan
Miranda Kelly
Laura Stitt
Samuel Gaskin
The Merindas
Cerulean (Miss First Nation Supreme Queen 2023)
Chocolate Boxx
Lasey Dunaman
Joseph Cardona
Feilibing iCE Queen
Timberlina
Pomara Fifth
Trinity Ice 
Jessica Mauboy

(in order of appearance)

Jeremy Dutcher is supported by the Consulate General of Canada, Sydney

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Billets à partir de : $89
Gadigal Land

Opéra de Sydney

Bennelong Point Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

Wheelchair Access, Auslan Interpreted, Assistive Listening, MobTix available

Concert Hall

Tous les âges. Il est recommandé aux personnes âgées de 16 à 17 ans d'être accompagnées d'un parent ou d'un tuteur légal. Les personnes âgées de 15 ans ou moins doivent être accompagnées d'un parent ou d'un tuteur légal. Tous les enfants âgés de plus de 2 ans doivent être munis d'un billet valide.

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Détails

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Jeu Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm
Fin :
Jeu Mar 2 @ 9:00 pm
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Important Event Information

Age restrictions

  • This is a licensed All Ages event.
  • Where an event is listed as all ages, people aged 15 years or less must be accompanied by a responsible adult as defined by NSW liquor laws (click here), who must also hold a valid ticket. People aged 16-17 are recommended to be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Warnings

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the event may contain images and voices of people who are no longer with us.
  • Sydney WorldPride shows may include strobe lighting, smoke and haze effects, loud music, flash photography, fire effects, pyrotechnics or other theatrical effects.
  • Photography and filming are not permitted inside the Concert Hall.
  • Please note that the Sydney Opera House is a smoke-free site.

Dress Code
First Nations FABULOUS – bust out the sequins and burnish the bling in celebration of this historic deadly night. Please note, security screening will be conducted prior to venue entry, and the team at the door will need to be able to see your face.

What to bring

  • Your ticket
  • Valid Photo ID is required for people aged 18 and over to be served alcohol
  • EFT or credit card – Contactless payment methods are strongly encouraged for food and bar transactions
  • Though not a requirement for entry, face masks are strongly recommended for all patrons while inside our theatres and foyers, including during the performance – Please bring your own mask

You must bring valid Photo ID (Proof of age is a requirement for alcohol service at bars)
Valid forms of ID include:

  • A Driver’s or Rider’s Licence or Learner’s Permit issued by an Australian State or Territory or any foreign country
  • A NSW Digital Driver Licence
  • Passport
  • NSW photo card
  • Proof of age card issued by a public authority of the Commonwealth or of another State or Territory for the purpose of attesting to a person’s identity and age
  • Keypass (over 18) identity card issued by Australia Post

What not to bring

  • Glass beverage containers
  • Food – The event is licensed to sell food and drinks.
  • Alcohol or illegal drugs / substances of any kind.
  • Sound or video recorders or cameras. Photography and filming is not permitted inside the venue.
  • Selfie Sticks/Go-Pro Sticks / Monopods or Tripods.
  • Chairs, folding chairs, bean bags, inflatable chairs or lounges, tents, sun shelters, eskies, and hard-cased cooler bags.
  • Inflatable balloons or toys.
  • Political, offensive or discriminatory banners, posters, flags or signage made of soft or hard material.
  • Clothing with images or text that is offensive or discriminatory in nature.
  • Drones and or other remote-controlled devices.
  • Megaphones, horns, trumpets, sirens, whistles or any type of noise-making devices.
  • Fireworks, flares or sparklers.
  • Anything that could be used as a weapon such as sharp items including knives and any item that can be used as a projectile.
  • Suspicious items or items which may look like a weapon.
  • Laser Pointers, permanent marker / felt type pens, scissors or large aerosol canisters.
  • Flyers, stickers or any other promotional material not authorised by Sydney WorldPride.
  • Any item that you intend (or such quantities of the item from which Sydney WorldPride can reasonably infer that you intend) to distribute, hawk, sell, offer, expose for sale or display for marketing or promotional purposes.
  • Balaclavas or (non-religious) face coverings.
  • Dogs or other pets (excluding official assistance/service animals, which are accepted)
  • Any other item determined by Sydney WorldPride, the venue, management or artist to be dangerous or capable of causing a public nuisance that would distract, obstruct or interfere with the artist performance, or jeopardise public safety.

For more information, visit the Sydney WorldPride Ticketing Terms and Conditions – click here

For the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all persons attending this event please be advised of the following conditions:

  • You must have a valid ticket or other authorisation/accreditation to enter the event.
  • This event site is fully licensed. Alcohol sales are subject to Responsible Service of Alcohol and Harm Minimisation Practices. We are prohibited by law from serving liquor to minors and to intoxicated persons.
  • Entry is at your own risk. To the maximum extent permitted by the law, Sydney WorldPride, event organisers, the venue and artists accept no responsibility for loss, injury or damages caused to patrons or patron property whilst attending the event.
  • You may be filmed or photographed at the event & footage/images may be used, replicated or published by Sydney WorldPride or the artists for promotional & other purposes.
  • All ticketholders must present their bags and personal belongings for visual inspection or x-ray screening by Opera House security staff before entering the venue as a safety precaution and condition of entry. Ticketholders attending a performance may be electronically screened by Opera House security staff.
  • Patrons found with a prohibited item (see list below) will have the option to take it back offsite or dispose of it.
  • Any patron found carrying illegal substances, weapons or items considered dangerous or offensive will be referred to the Police.
  • Disruptive or anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated. Intoxicated or disorderly patrons will be evicted from the venue without a refund.
  • COVID 19: By entering our site, you declare that at the time of entry, you have no symptoms of COVID-19, have not tested positive to COVID-19 and are not required by health authorities to isolate.
  • Sydney WorldPride reserves the right to vary advertised programs and to add, withdraw or substitute artists where necessary.
  • Any person bearing or wearing gang colours, patches or insignias will not be permitted entry to the event.
  • Shoes and shirts must be worn at the Opera House. Anyone not wearing shoes or a top of some sort may be asked to put one on. Please consider this when choosing your outfit for the Gala.
  • The health, safety and wellbeing of everyone at Sydney WorldPride is a top priority – Sydney Opera House is a smoke free site.

For more information, visit the Sydney WorldPride Ticketing Terms and Conditions – click here

Below you’ll find all the important information about the facilities offered at the event, including what to expect at the event to help make your experience safer and more enjoyable:

Arrival Time
The Opera House precinct will be extremely busy during your scheduled visit with high foot traffic expected in the area as well as ongoing essential maintenance works so we recommend arriving 60 minutes before the show. Please follow the advice of Opera House staff to help you get to your event on time. Foyers open at 5:45pm.

Venue Security & Bag Checks
In line with the Opera House security procedures, venue security will be scanning and checking bags under the Monumental Stairs, prior to entering the building. Bags will be scanned by an x-ray machine, and staff will wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling your belongings, such as gloves. Please travel lightly and do not bring items that require cloaking e.g. handbags bigger than A4-size, backpacks and umbrellas, which are not permitted inside the venue.

Seeing the Show

  • All guests entering the Opera House will need to pass through a security check point.
  • Metal detectors and Xray machines will be in use.
  • Staff will wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) where needed.
  • Items larger than an A4 piece of paper may be required to be cloaked. Free cloakroom facilities are available
  • Late comers will be permitted at a suitable point in the performance. All attempts will be made to seat you in your allocated seat where possible.

Details of the Opera House staff’s right to refuse admission can be found in our General Terms and Conditions for Tickets and Events – click here

Bennelong Sails
The Bennelong sails will light up with the art of Warramungu Wombaya artist, graphic designer and advocate, Jessica Johnson, owner of design agency, Nungala Creative, which created Sydney WorldPride’s iconic branding. The lighting of the sails in this deadly artwork will take place from 8:30pm for one night only – be sure to check it out following the concert!

Official Blak & Deadly Gala Afterparty – 10:00pm until late
Courtesy of Kings Cross Hotel, Club Budj is the official Blak & Deadly Gala Afterparty, presented by BLAQ Co. The party will host an array of Queer POC creatives celebrating and throwing a party for Blak Mob family, and attendance is free for Blak and Deadly ticketholders – show your ticket at the door.

Food & Drinks
Foyers will be open 75 minutes pre-show for Concert Hall and Joan Sutherland Theatre performances. Refreshments (alcoholic and non-alcoholic options) will be available for purchase from our theatre bars. Please bring a credit or debit card for any on site purchases to enable contactless payment. You’re welcome to bring your own water bottle but no other food and drinks are permitted inside our venues unless otherwise specified. Opera Bar, House Canteen and Portside are also available for you to enjoy.

Toilets
All Gender toilets (including accessible toilets) can be accessed in the Concert Hall Northern Foyer. Toilets (including accessible toilets) are also available in the public Box Office Foyer area within the venue.

Medical
If you fall ill while onsite at the Opera House, please alert the nearest staff member and exit the venue. Depending on the nature of your illness, an Opera House nurse may attend to assist you.

Cloaking
We strongly encourage patrons to leave bags at home and to avoid bringing any large items to the Opera House (anything larger than an A4 sheet of paper) to avoid delays. Larger items – including handbags bigger than A4-size, backpacks, umbrellas, suitcases and prams – are not permitted inside the venues and must be cloaked. Cloaking is at the discretion of Opera House venue security staff and all items will be visually inspected. Items presented to the cloaking desk will only be accepted from patrons with a valid performance ticket. At no time should your bag be left unattended.

For all questions relating to ticket purchases or for further information please contact the Opera House Box Office on 02 9250 7777 (Lundi to Dimanche: 9am – 5.00pm AEDT) or email [email protected]

Public Transport
We strongly encourage all participants to use public transport and to plan your travel before arriving at the event. Plan your trip at transportnsw.info – click here

For more information and travel tips, visit https://transportnsw.info/sydney-worldpride-2023

Road Closures
For an interactive map of all event road closures, click here

Make the most of your Sydney WorldPride festival experience with our guide to looking after your health and wellbeing.
Visit the website here https://sydneyworldpride.com/health-and-wellbeing/ for more information on the following topics:

  • Looking after your sexual health
  • Monkeypox (Mpox), Covid-19 and other health issues
  • Sun, water and road safety
  • Mental health services

For more information about local laws and getting help regarding the following topics, visit the Sydney WorldPride website – click here

  • Drug and alcohol use
  • Consent
  • Help in an emergency

NSW Health also have a dedicated Sydney WorldPride health and safety page with invaluable info.
Visit the website – click here

For free help in your language, contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 13 14 50.

Here are ways you can help make this a greener event!

  • To reduce your carbon footprint we encourage you to catch public transport to our events.
  • Choose your rubbish bin carefully when disposing of waste onsite (bins will be clearly labelled)
  • Consider offsetting your attendance and/or travel to the event. For information on Sydney WorldPride Carbon Offset Program, click here

For more information, visit the Sydney WorldPride Pride Planet Program page – click here

Accessibilité

Accessible features available at this event:

  • Accessible aux fauteuils roulants
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible drop-off & pick-up points
  • Auslan interpretation
  • Assistive hearing technology
  • Audio description
  • Assistive animal facilities – To ensure appropriate seating is allocated please advise your requirements when booking.
  • Sunflower lanyard program (available for collection from Front of House staff)
  • Complimentary wheelchair accessible shuttle bus

Please note: Sydney WorldPride shows may include strobe lighting, smoke and haze effects, loud music, flash photography, fire effects, pyrotechnics or other theatrical effects.

Sydney WorldPride is proud to support the Sunflower Hidden Disabilities Program which is a globally recognised symbol for hidden or non-obvious disabilities. The Sunflower Lanyard enables people with hidden disabilities and conditions the choice to let the people around them know they may need extra support, empathy, understanding or patience. This may mean some wearers cannot stand for a long time in the queue to use the bathroom, may need the use of an accessible bathroom (even if they aren’t a wheelchair or mobility aid user), patience when their order is being taken, may need fast-tracked support, more time to move around (i.e. due to pain or mobility challenges) or can feel overwhelmed, sensory overload or stressed out in large crowds and loud environments.

If you already own a Sunflower lanyard please bring it along and it will be accepted at all SWP events. If you don’t already have one, Sunflower Lanyards will be available onsite at the Opera House Stage Door located under the Monumental Staircase and past the entrance to the foyers, from 4:30pm on 2 Mars 2023. The lanyard is yours to keep and use during the festival and beyond! Click this link for more information on how the Sunflower can support you.

Companion Cards
Patrons holding a Companion Card can call the priority line 61 2 9250 7752. People who hold a valid Companion Card will be issued a complimentary ticket when they support a ticketholder with disability. To reserve tickets please contact [email protected]. You may be asked to present your Companion Card at the event.

Patrons who are deaf can call (at no cost) the National Relay Service:

  • TTY users phone 13 36 77
  • Speak and listen (speech-to-speech relay) users phone 1300 555 727
  • Internet relay users connect to the Nation Relay Service

If you have any further accessibility queries, including information about arrival and finding your way to the venue, check the access webpage (click here), email accessibil[email protected] or call the Sydney Opera House Box Office on 02 9250 7777.

Passenger drop-off system
Visitors and patrons with limited mobility arriving by taxi or private vehicle can be dropped at the designated drop-off area near the Macquarie Street Gatehouse. Opera House staff are on hand to arrange transfers to the building via a wheelchair-accessible shuttle service if required .

Please note: The dimension of the wheelchair accessible shuttle is 84cm width x 95cm length x 142cm height. There is a 110kg weight limit.

If the Forecourt has any activity that restricts vehicle access such as construction projects, there is an alternate underground drop off point where patrons are escorted by staff using lifts to the public foyers.

For more information and venue access maps, click here

Complimentary Shuttle Bus
A free wheelchair accessible Courtesy Bus operates between Circular Quay and the street level entrance of the Sydney Opera House Western foyer (lift access inside). Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Pick up from the pedestrian concourse, opposite Wharf 2 (underneath the Cahill expressway).

  • Bus starts 75 minutes before performances and runs continuously for one hour
  • Bus starts 10 minutes after the performance finishes and runs continuously for 45 minutes

For more information and to learn how the Courtesy Bus arrives at the Opera House, click here

Plan your trip at transportnsw.info – click here
Accessible trips are shown in the Trip Planner with the wheelchair icon. You can select “accessible services only” in the Options to ensure you only see accessible services. Only trip plans with accessible train platforms, ferry wharves and buses will be presented. See accessible travel or download a transport app (select the “Accessibility” filter).

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Reconnaissance du pays

La Sydney WorldPride se déroulera sur les terres des peuples Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal qui sont les gardiens traditionnels du bassin de Sydney.

Nous rendons hommage à leurs aînés, passés et présents. La terre autochtone a toujours été et sera toujours une terre autochtone.

Les aborigènes et les insulaires du détroit de Torres sont issus de nombreux clans et communautés différents à travers l'Australie. En 2023, ils se rassembleront pour faire la fête avec la communauté LGBTQIA+ mondiale.