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Tickets to 2024 National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony are going on sale!!

2024 National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony

The National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony is being held on Saturday 6 July 2024 at the Adelaide Convention Centre in Tarndanya (Adelaide) on Kaurna Yerta (Country), South Australia.

Under this year’s theme of Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud, the National NAIDOC Week Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions, achievements and Blak excellence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across 10 award categories, including art, culture, education, sport, youth, Elders, innovation, environment and leadership. 

This Awards Ceremony allows us to pay tribute to our people’s achievements whilst acknowledging that their work enriches our communities, our people and this nation.

The Blak carpet, Blak tie event will feature a three course meal, and an array of talent from our First Nations’ artists and dancers to the announcements of the award winners. The awards will be hosted by Total Control star Rob Collins, 10 News First presenter Narelda Jacobs, and comedian Steph Tisdell.  MTV and ARIA award-winning musician Jess Mauboy will headline the night’s entertainment.

The formalities of the night will end with the Message Stick being handed over by the National NAIDOC Co-Chairs Dr Aunty Lynette Riley and Mr Steven Satour to the Traditional Owners of the Host City for 2025.

Head to EventBrite on Friday 14 June 2024, 10:30am (ACST) to secure your seat for the night of all nights!

Tickets FAQ

Where are the 2024 National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony being held?

The National NAIDOC Awards Ceremony is being held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide.

What time is the Awards Ceremony?

Celebrations will be held from 5.00pm till 11.30pm.

Blak Carpet Arrival and Pre-Dinner Drinks are from 5.00pm till 5.45pm.

Doors open at 5.45pm for guests to be seated promptly for the Welcome to Country.

How much do tickets cost? 

First Nations tickets

Non-Indigenous tickets

Individual: $200
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Individual: $280

Table of 10: $2,000
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Table of 10: $2,800

Do I need to prove that I’m First Nations to get my ticket?

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from Australia are eligible for the Mob Ticket pricing. Proof of this is not required however we do request that only genuine requests access this discounted pricing structure.

Can guests under 18 attend?

No. This is an over 18s event.

Where and when will tickets be sold?

Tickets will be sold through EventBrite from Friday 14 June 2024, 10:30am (ACST).

Are there any additional fees for my tickets?

No! There are no booking fees.

How many tickets and tables can I buy in one transaction?

You can purchase 1 table of 10, or up to 10 individual tickets per transaction.

Do I need to add a name to each ticket I buy?

Yes please! By adding a name to your tickets we can make sure to take care of any dietary requirements you, or anyone you are buying a ticket for, might have.

What happens if it sells out?

This year we are offering more tickets than ever before but unfortunately once they are sold out, that's it. You can still join in with the celebrations on Twitter (@naidocweek), Instagram (@naidocweek), TikTok (@naidocweek) and Facebook (, and by watching the show live on ABC from 7:30pm (AEST).

Do I need to bring my ticket with me on the night?

Yes please! Make sure you bring a copy of your ticket either on email or print out to the event registration desk on arrival.

What do I wear? 

Get dolled up in your most deadly Black Tie / Formal get up.

Is it an alcohol free event?

No, ticket price includes beverages both alcohol and non-alcoholic.

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Please note that the Awards Ceremony will be filmed, photographed and broadcast live on national television.

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