Shows

Need for Feed Bushfire Benefit Concert

Healesville Amateur Race course , 109 Healesville-Yarraglen Road, , Healesville, Victoria 3797

8 hours of continuous music on 2 stages under the mighty Oaks at Healesville Race Course in The Yarra Valley. Featuring Black Sorrows, Badloves, Shane Howard, John Schumann and much more. Bar and food trucks on site. Children 16 and under with a ticketed adult free. All profits to Need For Feed Disaster Relief.

Adults: $44.00 entry Children 16 - under18 years old: $15 with ticket holding adult Children under 16 - Free entry. Concession $30.00 (available at gate only). Companion Cards accepted CFA and SES volunteers free entry with presentation of ID.

Opening Night and Awards Show - The ExChange

Wurdi Youang, 51 Little Malop St,, Geelong, Victoria

Set in the magnificent Wurdi Youang, ‘High Ground’ of the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre, be a part of a wonderful celebration of music and culture. Featuring a special opening ceremony by Wadawurrung artists followed by performances by Port Fairy Folk Festival 2020 Artists of the Year, Gina Williams & Guy House, Shane Howard, The East Pointers and many special guests. An event highlight will be the presentation of the FAI Lifetime Achievement Award to Port Fairy Folk Festival Founding Director, Dr Jamie McKew, OAM. Hosted by Derek Guille.

$53.84

The Port Fairy Folk festival

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Southcombe Park, Port Fairy. Victoria

The 2020 Festival will exemplify the great folk/roots traditions of many cultures, regions, communities and countries – from Ireland to Port Fairy, Johannesburg to New Orleans, Prince Edward Island to Northcote, Celtic to Bluegrass, Indigenous to Latin and glorious folk fusions. 2020 will once again be a splendid mix of brilliant music, great conversations, workshops, collaborations and surprises.

For tens of thousands of years the Pyipgil Gunditj clan has gathered in ceremony on this country. For the past 43 years the Port Fairy Folk Festival has been celebrated each year in the land of the Pyipgil Gundji clans, in Peek Whurrong country.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival pays their respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledges that the land we gather on each year for the Festival is the traditional lands of the Peek Whurrong people.

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