The Indigo FReeZA Connect, Create and Thrive program is an engaging, inspiring and inclusive program that works with local young people to facilitate music and cultural events for our Shire’s young people each year.
A dedicated team at our Council facilitate several FReeZA crews across our Shire, empowering groups of young people to develop the confidence and skill sets to create, organise and lead inspiring and engaging creative events and activities for other young people in their communities.
All events are drug, alcohol and tobacco-free and fully supervised.
If you are a musician or an artist or would like to be involved in creating events, learning event management skills or have any ideas that you would like to implement, please contact our Youth Officer on email@example.com or text/call 0427 0375 94.
FReeZA events are curated throughout the year by young people from across Indigo Shire.
- The North East Skate Park Series (NESPs) is currently co-coordinated by Council under the FReeZA program.
- Emerging Artist Youth Stage, Yackandandah Folk Festival
- Indigo Shire Song Writing Competition