Naidoc Week Celebration – Black Satin

8 Nov 1:30pm

In partnership with the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation, The Wedge Performing Arts Centre is bringing a special Naidoc Week celebration to The Wedge Loading Dock.

The day will feature a Welcome to Country, followed by a special performance by Aboriginal rock band Black Satin.

Black Satin was originally formed in 1976, by cousins Ricky Harrison, Nick Moffatt, Wayne Thorpe and Tony Hood.

The music generated by the band is reminiscent of the pioneering days of Aboriginal rock-reggae music.

Over the years the group has performed with many Australian and overseas acts including Cold Chisel, Redgum, Men At Work, INXS, Goanna, and international acts Split Enz, The Clash, Ian Drury, Peter Tosh and Carlos Santana.

The band was inducted into the Adelaide Music Collectives South Australian music ‘Hall of Fame’ in 2016 and the National Indigenous Music ‘Hall of Fame’ in 2011.

This event is free and will be live-streamed on Facebook.


In line with restrictions set by the Victorian State Government, please note that patrons whose primary residence is within Greater Melbourne will not be permitted to physically attend any performance at The Wedge until restrictions have lifted and further advice has been received.

All ticket holders will need to provide ID on the night of the performance.

Thank you for your understanding as we all work together to stop the spread of COVID-19.


Limited tickets are available for this event, Victorian Public Health Guidelines will allow for a maximum of 50 people to attend, therefore limited tickets will be available for this performance.

Please pre-book your tickets to avoid disappointment on the night.

The Wedge box office now operates from Tuesday to Friday, 10:00 am  – 2.00 pm, you can either visit in person or call us directly on 03 5143 3200.

The box office will be set up 1 hour prior to each performance.

All precautions are in place to ensure a safe environment, with strict and thorough cleaning and distancing measures in place.


If you have purchased a ticket but are unwell, notify us 24 hours prior to the performance and we will be happy to issue either an exchange, credit or refund, post-performance we will still offer either a credit to your account or ticket exchange to another show if you were unable to attend due to health.


The Wedge will notify ticket holders 2 hours prior to the performance if  there is a postponement due to bad weather.  We will be in contact  to either reschedule, exchange, credit or refund.


Q. Is the event BYO?

A. Yes this event is BYO.

Q. Will there be designated seating?

A. There will be no designated seating arrangements, however seating will be provided and will adhere to the 1.5 metre physical distance rules.

Q. Do I need to bring ID?

A. Yes you will need to bring ID to prove your place of residence. Those who live within Greater Melbourne will not be allowed to attend the event.

Q. Do I need to wear a mask?

A. Yes. No mask, no entry.


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Show times
1:30pm, Sunday 8 November 2020
The Loading Dock - Outside behind The Wedge 100 Foster Street Sale , 3850
Run time
2 hours