Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival is a free community festival presented in a uniquely linear style along 2 kms of stunning foreshore by the Timor Sea in Darwin, Australia annually since 2005.

 

Covid-19 directed the festival down a very different presentation format.  Explore our website, YouTube Channel and Facebook page to experience what unfolded in 2020.

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was held 6.30pm, Wednesday 28 October 2020

Nightcliff Sports & Social Club, 11 Camphor St, Nightcliff

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WELCOME 2021 COMMITTEE:

Andrew Arthur, Celina Padilha, Jen Strudwick, Kash Sagar, Samantha Hendry

Lash Lisson, Leanne Karaitiana, Lia Gill

@HOME 2020

moving with the times

We are excited to be announcing Dreamedia Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival 2020 @ Home ! A full weekend of local music, dance, theatre and visual art, channelled to you through TV, Radio and Online broadcast.


Be sure to tune in to the amazing entertainment, that's the 1 hour shows on each night at 6:30pm, on Darwin TV Channel 41, Radio Larrakia, Australian Indigenous Radio VAST channel 913! Hot100 will be also be broadcasting a "Best of Seabreeze@Home Music special" 6:30pm Sunday.

After the broadcast experience our digital festival here on the website by clicking the Stage buttons above to see videos when the festival "gates open" at 7:30pm Friday 8th May straight after the first broadcast.  Explore our facebook page Nightcliff Seabreeze Festival and enter your 2D and 3D artworks into our Art competitions to win cash and spot prizes!

 

The Covid 19 pandemic has directed our pathway away from our usual live stage platforms along Darwins' glorious Nightcliff foreshore, which means that a large section of our Seabreeze community have not been able to participate in the festival this year, namely 30 local Food Stall operators, 45 Community Village stall operators and our local Brewery and Bar operators.  Our heartfelt thoughts and strength are going out to these festival participants and contributors and we hope that 2021 will see us all embedded back into our seaside environment again.