Here is a list of gigs that King played during 2006.

Woodford Folk Festival Woodford. QLD
Drumming Workshop Darebin Festival – All Nations Park
King Marong and Safara – Flinders St Station for Intrepid Travel
Maroondah Festival – drumming workshop
Shepparton Queens Baton Relay
Rakaju Workshops – West African Drum and Dance Workshop
Rakaju Night – Gambian Independance Day – The Corner Hotel Richmond
Commonwealth Games Village KING MARONG & SAFARA
Tailem Bend Primary School Artist in Residency Tailem Bend SA
Children Singing for Water Melbourne City Council – Botanical Gardens
Multicultural Twighlight Festival Shepparton
Commonwealth Games Village Ceremonial Plaza
‘A Taste of Living’  Multicultural Festival Gas Works Arts Park
World Harmonies St Margarets Hall, Eltham
Drumming workshop – NGV Melbourne
Performance – Mullauna Secondary Collage
King Marong and Super Afro Mandinko – Glenelg Festival Portland
King Marong Drumming Workshops – Glenelg Festival Portland
Drumming workshop – NGV Melbourne
Drum circle – Ibis Hotel for World Vision
Performance – Hobat Tasmania
Performance – Lauraton Primary School
Performance – Wauchope Primary School
Performance – EU Distance Education Port Macquarie
Drum camp – Lauraton
Performance – North Heaven Hotel Lauraton
Drumming workshop – Arts Centre Melbourne
Performance and workshop – Collingwood Festival
Workshop – Womens Festival Clayton
Performance – Hamer Hall with Diafrix
Performance – Cofield Grammer School
Performance – Occasional Child Care Centre Diamond Creek
Drumming w orkshop – King David Primary School
Drum circle – ANZ Team Beat
Performance – The Logie Awards
Drum circle – Red Hill Drum Cafe
Drum circle – Werribee Zoo Drum Cafe
Workshop and performance – Uki Hall
Performance – Refugee Festival
Super Afro Mandinko – Corner Hotel
Sambala Festival – Ossobo West Melbourne
Performance – Pahran Town Hall
Drum Circle – Monash Link Hotel Drum Cafe
Drum Circle – Dockland Drum Cafe
Performance – Mars Gallery – Port Melbourne
Drumming Workshop – King David Primary School
Super Afro Mandinko – Ba Ba Lu Bar – Lorne