Concert Hall, QPAC

Don't miss the world premiere of Warriors, a First Nations contemporary music event coming to QPAC as part of Clancestry, on Wednesday 31 July, 2024.

Warriors presents a line-up of world-class artists who draw on their own personal experiences with mental health, weaving their stories together through visual recordings while performing a selection from their incredible catalogue of music alongside new work.


Andrew Gurruwiwi Band is a high-energy, eight-piece funk band who have honed their musical skills on the beach at Birrtjimi and in the dirt of Yirrkala, a remote Northern Territory community in Northeast Arhnem Land. Led by Andrew Gurruwiwi, a shy-but-extravagant, blind, keytar-wielding Yolngu elder, the collective writes funk jams in their native tongue, Yolngu Matha.


J-MILLA is a proud member of the Marranungu people, the traditional landowners of the Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory. J-MILLA’s passion for writing lyrics and telling his own stories came from seeing the power of narrative in hip hop and its influence on those around him, mainly his brothers and sister.


JUNGAJI, a Gu Gu Yalanji songman, visual artist, playwright, and activist, previously known as Troy Brady, joins the Warriors line-up with his unique RnB and soul sound that showcases his cultural roots.

Radical Son

David Leha, known as Radical Son, is one of the mightiest voices and most compelling performers currently rising on the Australian concert, festival, and dramatic stage. A Kamilaroi man with Tongan heritage, his work draws immense power and resolve from a challenging past and a style that melds the urgency of hip-hop and the emotional punch of soul.

QPAC is a valued partner of Must Do


Concert Hall, QPAC

Melbourne St

Cnr Grey St

South Brisbane

Jul 31, 2024 7pm

$59-$69 + book  fee

136 246


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