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MAIDENWELL FOLK GATHERING
NEXT event: Queen's Birthday long weekend Friday 29 September to Monday 2 October, 2017.
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See you Friday 29 September 2017 for a fabulous weekend-long acoustic music jam! Tell all your friends and encourage those who may have missed this event in their calendar. The gathering is held at the Maidenwell Hotel, Maidenwell which is a small township at the gateway to the Bunya Mountains.
This bi-annual event is organised by acoustic music lovers and hosted by Hotel Publicans Debra and Alan.
Camping is provided FREE behind the pub and there are toilets and showers available to campers. The camping area is spacious and you do not need to book, just turn up and set up. It is recommended that you bring your own drinking water.
The pub does excellent meals (lunch and dinner) and has EFTPOS facilities.
There is also limited accommodation available at the pub – ring Alan or Debbie for more details 07 4164 6133.
Breakfast is available at the Maidenwell Trading Post, across the road. The Trading Post also sells fuel and has basic food and toiletry supplies, newspapers, ice-creams, cold drinks etcetera.
The event officially starts Friday evening with a jam in the pub after dinner.
: there is jamming in and around the pub and the camping grounds.
SUNDAY: Sunday morning there will be a Gospel singing session under
the fig tree,
SUNDAY EVENING:. Spread the word friends - will be this year's spectacular
MAIDENWELL BLACKBOARD CONCERT!
Strictly NO BYO – please purchase your alcohol from the pub.
This event, begun by Glen Donald over a decade ago, has been growing in recent years
and is truly a wonderful, musically diverse acoustic gathering. The event has the full support of the
publicans, the local community and local musicians.
Maidenwell, gateway to the Bunya Mountains is on the Kingaroy-Cooyar Road.
● From Toowoomba or Warwick, go straight up the
New England Hwy. About 5 or 6 km past Cooyar,
● Gympie/North Coast: a very nice one-and-a-half hour run through Nanango.
● Brisbane: come up the Brisbane Valley either through
Photos and videos of past events: Maidenwell Folk Gathering are
available on Facebook
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DORRIGO FOLK AND BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL
27th 28th 29th October 2017
Come celebrate 16 years of Festivities with us, there is still time to
book your tickets
This year we again have a stellar line-up of performers.
One of Dorrigos priorities has always been to provide a family friendly weekend, so our festival is a smoke, drug and alcohol free event. A perfect chance to escape from the pace of todays life and immerse yourself in a weekend full of music and song from the toe-tapping to the sublime.
And this year we are trying to do our part by having manned rubbish stations on site, we will be encouraging our patrons and all on site to be responsible with their rubbish.
Find out lots more by visiting the website at
2017 IMBIL ACOUSTIC MUSIC WEEKEND
Thursday 2nd - Sunday 5th November
The 23nd Imbil Acoustic Music Weekend promises to be a great weekend of acoustic music held at the Borumba Deer Park, 9 km outside Imbil. The music is made up of many genres including bluegrass, old-time Irish, acoustic blues, folk, jazz and gypsy jazz. It is a grass roots camping weekend for musicians and their families.
Thursday and Friday nights are kept free for all jam sessions as well as setting up camp.
Saturday workshops through the day. Please check the blackboard for times and details.
The main concert is held Saturday night from 6.30pm till around 11 pm. Bring chairs for the concert.
DETAILS YET TO BE ANNOUNCED
There is a $10.00 entry fee to the park for the weekend to help running the costs of the weekend and concert in addition to the normal camping fees.
CAMPING ENQURIES: Wendy or Steve at Borumba Deer Park. Ph 07 5484 5196. 1133 Yabba Creek Road, Imbil, 4570, or visit borumbadeerpark.com
MUSIC ENQUIRIES: Brenda or John Withers 07 5440 5206
OZ MANOUCHE FESTIVAL
23rd to 26th NOVEMBER 2017
WOODFORD FESTIVAL NEWS
First, thank you for your incredible support last year. It was our biggest - and dare we say it - 'our best' festival in our history. The festival was the cleanest, most respectful, most energetic and beautiful we’ve seen - you are the best.
Ticket sales are online for our Woodford Folk Festival. We encourage you, more than ever, to pre-purchase tickets and pick up the early bird ticket savings. Early Bird 1 (EB1) tickets for the 2018 Festival went on sale to the public on Tuesday 1 August 2017. Get in early to secure your tickets at the best possible price.
Because of our growing popularity, we’ve made big changes that you need to know about. We’ve summarised these here but you can click on the links shown for a deeper narrative on these changes.
To protect our festival’s comfort levels and beautiful spirit, we are capping all tickets to the festival. The New Year’s Eve cap will be set at the same attendance as last year.
All tickets must now be purchased online - even day passes during the festival. Tickets will NOT be available for purchase at the festival gates.
Tickets are more expensive this year. It has to happen.
Everyone with vehicles will now need to buy a vehicle pass. This aims to free up shaded camping space and reduce traffic volume.
Payment Plans are now available for Day Tickets as well as Season Tickets. www.flickr.com
For more information on the festival including earlybird tickets and camping options please visit www.woodfordfolkfestival.com
2018 NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL 29 MARCH - 2 APRIL
Visit the NFF Ticketing Page