Drum Atweme have been confirmed to perform at Ayers Rock Resort in April.
Visitors to Ayers Rock Resort next month will notice that the Northern Australian destination will be alive to the sounds of Aborigine drumming, as Drum Atweme will be performing from April 8th to 10th.
These performances will give British travellers yet another reason to book flights to Australia, and visit this famous outback region.
Drum Atweme literally means ‘hit the drum’ in the Arrernte language of Central Australia, and members range from six to 16 years of age.
The group was formed in 2004 to meet the needs of at-risk Aboriginal youth that were interested in music, especially percussion.
Their performances feature a fusion of rhythm and dance from around the world with the voices of their own culture, while the songs and stories are based on their own sense of cultural identity.
Guests will be able to choose from three outdoor shows on Friday April 8th, three more on Saturday April 9th and two final shows on Sunday April 10th.
Ayers Rock Resort is a luxury outback destination which offers over 65 tours of the region, including Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park.
Written by Erin Marshall