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Wests Tigers are celebrating Indigenous Round with a range of activities for the entire family for the clash with the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

The Round 10 game will see Wests Tigers take to the field in the Club’s first ever Indigenous jersey as the game recognises the involvement of Australia’s Indigenous community.

Adding to the day will be a range of family activities including a face painter thanks to Westfield Burwood, a mechanical surfboard and a mechanical bull.

At the two main entrances, a didgeridoo performer with a clapstick performer will be entertaining the crowd and providing a photo opportunity. The performers will also have indigenous merchandise on sale.

Wests Tigers will also have a live community art piece on display. This massive community canvas will be developed on the day with fans from all cultures invited to take part in and help complete the piece before the end of game.

Before kick off an on field smoking ceremony will take place which includes a lap of honour with an elder and the smoking followed by a group of Koomurri Indigenous performers. After the lap of honour, the dancers will perform in the middle of the field before taking part in the guard of honour as Wests Tigers and the Bulldogs take the field.

Half time will feature a traditional Indigenous dance by the Koomurri performers.

Wests Tigers and ANZ Stadium have launched a special ticket offer ahead of the Round 10 clash with the Bulldogs.

For the Indigenous Round game at ANZ Stadium fans can purchase reserved seats for the price of general admission.

This offer is only available for a limited time so make sure you grab yours and be there for what should be a great celebration on and off the field.

For just $22 for adults, $17 for juniors and concessions and $50 for families fans can secure a reserved seat for the Sunday afternoon game.

Grab your tickets today by clicking here.
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Wests Tigers 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.

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