Katherinites turned out in droves for belated Territory Day celebrations on the weekend.
Territory Day, which is usually celebrated on July 1, was postponed to August 29 this year due to a COVID-19 lockdown impacting the NT.
Celebrations were held across the NT including live music performances and, of course, fireworks.
Local singer/songwriters Hope Campbell and Gypsy Schmidt were among those who performed at the Katherine showgrounds on Sunday evening.
The K-town Cruzers and the Katherine Regional Arts Choir also performed alongside a special performance by Darwin-based band David Garnham & the Reasons to Live with backup vocals from the Choir of Man.
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