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Indigenous peformers join with Timor-Leste for D’Tour

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After its inaugural launch in Dili in 2011 to a crowd of more than 3000 people, D'Tour comes to Darwin on Saturday 8th September.

With the support of Airnorth, APRA & the Fred Hollows Foundation, Skinnyfish Music present a night of community, culture and celebration as musicians...

 

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