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Celebrating our diversity!

Food trucks, market stalls, kids activities and cultural performances will converge on Gosch's Paddock prior to Storm's clash with the Broncos on Sunday 10 June to celebrate Melbourne's diversity!

Multicultural Round hits AAMI Park on the Queen's Birthday long weekend with an eclectic mix of entertainment and food options highlighting the pre-game build up to the Sunday afternoon blockbuster.

With cultural diversity being at the centre of what makes Melbourne as a city great, Sunday's event will be the perfect chance to celebrate and acknowledge these differences.

In 2018, the Melbourne Storm playing group contain more than nine nationalities - on Sunday, they and more will be recognized in a variety of activations and presentations across the precinct.

Starting at 12:30pm, fans will be able to feast on food from Spain, India, New Zealand, Greece, Germany and more on Gosch's Paddock while enjoying cultural performances and interviews on stage.

While performances and interviews happen on stage with activities also running outside the ground for the kids.

The showpiece will then culminate inside AAMI Park with a multicultural ceremony concluding the festivities ahead of the game from 3:30pm.

This event is proudly supported by City of Melbourne.

Secure your seat at AAMI Park on Sunday 10 June - tickets available at Ticketek.

Round 14

Sunday 10 June - Storm v Broncos at AAMI Park

Multicultural Festival – from 12:30pm on Gosch's Paddock
Multicultural Ceremony on field – from 3:30pm at AAMI Park
Storm v Broncos – from 4:10pm at AAMI Park

• Food trucks
• Cultural performances
• Market stalls
• Kid's activities
• Multicultural ceremony

Nationalities / Heritage in the  Storm playing group

• Australia
• Indigenous
• New Zealand
• Maori
• Fiji
• Papua New Guniea
• Tonga
• Samoa
• Canada

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.