Max energy for Ancient Blood show

Some of the members of the interchangeable band, The Ancient Bloods.

Donna Jones

Touring youth music initiative, Digi Youth Arts are bringing a dynamic new show to Gympie.

The Ancient Bloods – Where We Stand Tour will deliver powerful messages on a range of issues relevant to First Nations people such as political issues, cultural heritage and identity.

The Ancient Bloods are an interchanging band that delivers music projects as part of Digi Youth Arts mentoring platform for Indigenous young people.

The Where We Stand album covers a diverse range of genres, stories and styles as each member of the band responds in their own unique way to their relationship with country and place.

The members worked together closely to aid in the development of each others songs, resulting in a collaborative and connected body of work that unites their voices and delivers a powerful message.

The concert will take place on Wednesday, 8 December at the AICM building, 26 Channon Street, from 7pm.

Doors open 6.30pm and tickets are available at the door for $10 or online at

The performers for the Gympie show will include amazing singer/songwriter Kululu Waria and the “all too deadly” MC Ethan Enoch.

Spokesman for the company, Lokie Liddle, said the show will be unforgettable.

“The Ancient Bloods are ending this year with some big ancestor energy and some absolute bops for all the Aunty’s, Uncle’s, Cousins and Fam out there,” he said.

For more information head to The Ancient Bloods Tour Facebook page or the website at