The performance showcases the Chooky Dancer story and Yolngu culture.
Chooky Dancer’s artistic director Joshua Bond says to expect some old and some new material.
“It's somewhere between an autobiographical piece and a retrospective in that there’s a little bit of existing repertoire as well as a whole bunch of new repertoire,” he says.
The show has a strong message, and one the cast takes very seriously.
“There’s a big emphasis on the prevention of youth suicide. It’s a huge issue in our community.”
Mr Bond says a lot of the group's members have lost a close relative to suicide.
Their pride in Yolngu culture is expressed throughout the show, and the Chooky Dancers say they want to share it with Australia.
"When Chooky come to town and people say ‘who’s Yolngu and where are Yolngu from', then through watching and being a part of that show and being a part of that story – that ripple I guess [is why I do it],” says Mr Bond.
Listeners seeking support and information about suicide prevention can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467.