Ulladulla Harbour is set to come alive with bongos, fire twirling and tightrope walking this Sunday.
From 6pm on Sunday, January 24 everyone is encouraged to head down, join in on some drumming or sit back and watch as the circus spectacle gets underway.
The free event is being organised by bongo teacher Maya Cowley and X Fire Music, Ulladulla.
“It’s the first full moon of 2016 so we’re doing a little tribal worship of the moon,” Tim Johnson from X Fire Music said.
“A few of the music groups want to bring the tribal ways back to modern culture.”
Everyone is encouraged to bring along a drum, bongo and percussion instrument and join the circle.
“It’s an open thing and we just want people to enjoy the ambience off the water,” Tim said.
“As the sun sets and the night falls you’ve got this drum sound bellowing out.”
Organisers hope to make it a regular event.
”In Byron Bay and Gold Coast they have the same concept. At Burleigh some weeks there’s over 1000 people,” Tim said.
Tightline walking, fire twirling and slackline walking will also be on show. The family friendly event is open to all.
It’s the first full moon of 2016 so we’re doing a little tribal worship of the moon.- -Tim Johnson
DAZZLING: Simi Chee (front) and Moo Dath impressed with their fire twirling skills at the inaugural Moon Lantern Festival. Photo: Lisa Hardwick
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