Join John Butler, Emma Donovan, Kankawa Nagarra Knight and more generous and talented musicians loyal to the Kimberley and raise your voice for a Frack Free Kimberley.

We are calling on new WA Premier Roger Cook to ban onshore oil and gas in the region. Stand with us and call for a Frack Free Kimberley on Saturday 12 August 2023 at the Cable Beach Amphitheatre from 4.30 pm. RSVP here.

Your attendance at this FREE EVENT will make a strong impression on WA's new Premier and let him know that we want the region protected.

The concert line up is incredible. A committed defender of the Kimberley just returned from his European tour, John Butler (@johnbultertrio) is one of Australia’s premiere alternative songwriters and storytellers with accolades spanning from number one charting albums, platinum records and ARIA Awards.

Photo: Shane Hughes 

With signature songs such as ‘Ocean’ and 'Kimberley', John's love of this region is obvious. Butler’s most recent studio album, 2018’s ‘HOME’, debuted at number one on the ARIA Charts with the record exploring new sonic territory, expanded instrumentation and experimentation which challenged but accentuated his core roots sound.

Emma Donovan

Supporting the cause, is highly celebrated, ARIA-nominated, award-winning Indigenous singer and songwriter Emma Donovan (@emmadonovan_music). Best known for her work with greatly admired Melbourne rhythm combo The Putbacks and the extraordinary Black Arm Band project, Emma has been touring the country for over 20 years, performing soulful songs and sharing powerful stories with audiences around the globe. Emma regularly performs songs in Gumbaynggirr and Noongar traditional languages, and shares stories to provide her audiences with an understanding of Country and community.

Olive Knight at the Frack Free Kimberley Concert 2021

Photo: Damian Kelly 

The Kimberley is in good hands with Kankawa Nagarra Knight. Walmatjarri woman born in the desert, Olive Knight’s traditional name is Kankuwa. She remembers nullanullas thumping the bare earth, clap sticks and boomerangs, and the rhythmic songs of her forefathers. Olive's vision is to see her people heal and she believes music is an integral part of this process.

Bradley Hall on stage

Photo: Red Country Management

Nyiyaparli man from the Eastern Pilbara, Bradley Hall (@bradleyhallmusician) is standing up on stage for a Frack Free Kimberley. Soulful storytelling through song runs through Bradley's blood.


Wajarri and Yawuru singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Bojesse (@bojessepigram), will bring his beautifully rich and hypnotic voice to rally us for a Frack Free Kimberley.

With deep roots in the Kimberley, Puertside's ( music reflects and celebrates local life in the world-famous region.

The concert will kick off a series of ways to amplify our voices, so stay tuned for more information.

Right now, you can tell Premier Cook he cannot leave a legacy of destruction across this magnificent region. Click here.

Frack Free Kimberley Concert poster

Saturday 12 August 2023 at the Cable Beach Amphitheatre from 4.30 pm. This event is alcohol free. RSVP here.

Banner image: Damian Kelly

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