CELEBRATE PEACE WITH HIATUS KAIYOTE AND OSCAR KEY SUNG
AT FEDERATION SQUARE FRIDAY 19 SEPTEMBER AT 12 MIDDAY
Join Hiatus Kaiyote and Oscar Key Sung at Federation Square for a free concert to celebrate peace in the lead up to United Nations International Day of Peace.
Grammy nominated Melbourne soul babies Hiatus Kaiyote will bring their collaborative mix of genre defying songs and electric performance to the party for Peace in a rare appearance in Australia after a big year of touring the universe and picking up a swag of national and international awards!
They will be joined by ridiculously talented producer/vocalist/songwriter Oscar Key Sun. Renowned for his honeyed R&B vocals and buoyant performances, Oscar has been touring non-stop since releasing his debut EP Holograms, selling out Australian venues and touring Japan, the US and Europe to critical acclaim.
Information about a Peace Education Program will also be available on the day. The Peace Education Program (PEP) is an innovative educational program helping people discover their own inner resource—innate tools for living such as inner strength, choice and hope—and the possibility of personal peace.
The highlight of International Peace Day will be an event in the Melbourne Town Hall with guest speaker and international Ambassador for Peace, Prem Rawat. The event commences at 6pm. More details will follow.
Other activities celebrating UN International Peace Day on 21 September include the Red Hot Peace gig at Toff In Town and the inaugural Peace Trees Project in Melbourne City Square presented by Australians For Peace (A4P).
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For more information visit www.australiansforpeace.org.au
Words of Peace (WOPG) is an independent charitable foundation who work to share the message of peace around the globe. With over 11,000 volunteers from over 80 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Pacific, WOPG is a proud and important participant in United Nations Day of Peace.
WOPG wishes to acknowledge their gratitude for the support from Federation Square, Australians for Peace, Channel 31, SYN FM radio and the United Nations.