The Free Block Party is almost upon us! Come down from 11am - 7pm Sunday 20 November for a Spring celebration of blues, roots, reggae and Ragga. Free live music all day, good vibes and a bar with abundant Mountain Goat beer. As part of the Glebe Street Fair, grab a bite to eat, do a spot of shopping and then spend the rest of the afternoon enjoying the party on grass at the Peter Forsyth basketball courts, just off Glebe Point Road.
Be entertained by a swath of sweet acts spanning from blues through to reggae and ragga with a strong female presence.
Join us at midday for some some serious soul by the one and only Marlene Cummins, Koori blues powerhouse and activist with a voice to boot.
Taking over at 1pm is the inimitable Alice Terry, a woman whose blues vocals sounds like she's had three husbands and killed them all. Bam.
As a chaser check out the super sweet and soothing ILUKA with her special brand of folksy pop tunes = pure joy! Perfect to enjoy with your arvo bevvy.
The Gang of Brothers, literally a gang made up of the offspring of the Martinez family, will take the tempo a little faster so you can start to show off your moves with a little lubrication thanks to Mountain Goat Beer.
At 4.30 the female power continues with fun and furious hip hop duo Coda Conduct. Gentlemen, this is your opportunity to get low. See below.
And to top off an awesome day of awesome music and dancing is those rascally roots and reggae legends The Strides! Plus DJs from the Inner West Reggae Disco Machine playing all day between sets - YIEW!! See you on the dancefloor.