FRESH - Snakes Session

Published: 16 Apr 2018 11:33am

School holiday fun at Snake Sessions

16 April 2018

April Cutting-edge street artists, Branch Nebula, to visit Wagga during April’s Fresh.

Timed perfectly for National Youth Week and the school holidays, Snake Sessions by Branch Nebula is a fun and spontaneous fusion of BMX stunts, parkour, contemporary dance and skateboard stunts set to a drummer’s beat.

This breath-taking mixture of performance, dance and urban street style art-forms hits Wagga from 16 to 21 April and locals are invited to join in creating a spectacular show during their week-long residency.

City of Wagga Wagga’s Cultural Officer Tracie Miller says, “Snake Sessions have toured their cutting-edge entertainment internationally and this week Wagga is in for a treat when they bring their unique blend of urban culture to the city.”

“These free sessions with talented street-style artists are open to everyone to get involved. Bring your skateboard or BMX and learn and perform alongside professional street-style artists.

“I expect the Wagga community will be inspired to get active and creative on their own skateboards and scooters after seeing the performance by Snake Session artists,” she says.

Where to catch free Snake Sessions:

16 – 21 April 2018

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 11am to 5pm
Wednesday & Saturday: 2pm

Skate Park (Bolton Park), 21 Morgan St Wagga Wagga

Final free public performance Saturday 21 April starting at 5pm

Skate Park (Bolton Park), 21 Morgan St Wagga Wagga

Proudly presented by Wagga Wagga City Council in partnership with NSW Department of Family & Community Services and Argyle Housing.

For more information about the Fresh program, visit


Snake Sessions by Branch Nebula

When: Monday, 16 April, noon – 12.30pm

Where: Skate Park, 21 Morgan St (Bolton Park) Wagga Wagga

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Contact Kate Roberts 6926 9133 / 0409 079 663 or

About Snake Sessions by Branch Nebula

Snake Sessions is produced by Intimate Spectacle, and toured by Arts on Tour, with the support of the NSW Government through Create NSW. It was commissioned by Bundanon Trust and developed with the support of Critical Path. Branch Nebula is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, and by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

Co-creators: Lee Wilson & Mirabelle Wouters

Performers/Collaborating Artists: Brock Horneman (BMX), Antek Marciniec (parkour), Marnie Palomares (dancer), Kathryn Puie* (dancer), Adam Haydec (Skater), Aimee Massie (skater), John Irish (Musician/Percussionist)

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