Head to Union Court for live entertainment, science shows, campus tours, food and drink, and a chance to meet Australian cricketer Brad Haddin. We’ll have games, music, and a taste of life outside the classroom on show throughout the day.
General walking tours will be leaving throughout the day from the main tent.
Main stage program:
9.10 am - Acknowledgement of Country delivered by ANU student Robert Williams
Join us in Union Court to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land with an Acknowledgement of Country delivered by ANU student and descendant of the Ngambri Ngunnawal peoples, Robert Williams.
9.15 am - Indigenous dance and music performance by the Wiradjuri Echoes
Join us in Union Court for an Indigenous dance and music performance by Canberra-based group The Wiradjuri Echoes.
9.35 am - Woroni radio broadcast
10.15 am - Griffin Hall Band
Check out the University's live music scene in Union Court with a set from the Griffin Hall Band.
Griffin Hall is the University's inaugural virtual Hall. Opened in 2010, Griffin Hall enables ANU students who live off-campus to be part of a dynamic on-campus community, and to participate in inter-hall arts, sports and social activities.
10.45 am - Woroni radio led panel interview with Brad Haddin
Join Australian cricketer Brad Haddin in conversation with a panel of ANU students and academics. Make sure you hang around afterwards to meet Brad.
11 am - Woroni radio broadcast while Brad haddin does meet and greet
Head down to Union Court to meet Australian cricketer Brad Haddin.
11.30 am - The Scicycle: An explosive science show with Dr Graham Walker
12 pm - ANU Jazz Ensemble led by Johannes Luebbers
Chill out in Union Court and listen to a performance by the ANU Jazz Ensemble led by Johannes Luebbers.
12.30 pm - BREAK FOR BATTLE OF THE BRAINS - Woroni Radio broadcast
1.30 pm Cricket workshop on oval
2 pm - ANU New Music Ensemble led by Dr Alec Hunter
Chill out in Union Court and listen to a performance by the ANU New Music Ensemble led by Dr Alec Hunter.
2.30 pm - Scicycle ends with a big bang
What has three wheels, loud explosions and is followed by a crowd? The Scicycle.
Join Dr Graham Walker from the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science at ANU for his eye-opening and balloon-popping one-man science show.