A thrilling mix of Celtic, Classical, World and Folk, The String Family will have your feet tapping and your hands clapping as they take you around the world with their uplifting and inspirational mix.
2.15 pm Sat – Garden Stage 10 pm Sat – Garden Stage 2.30 pm Sun – Pub Ballroom
This furiously energetic seven headed creature incorporates a range of genres including folk, punk, ska and world music, which crafts a unique, and raucous live performance style, all impassioned swagger and vitriol, bleeding truth and boogie-woogie.
11 pm Fri – Community Hall 9 pm Sat – Community Hall 3.30 pm Sun – Garden Stage 10 am Sat – Community Hall – SUPERJAM
The Long Johns are the twang of the banjo, the rumble of the sousaphone and the ring of the spittoon, the creak of the door, the crow of the rooster, the stomping of floorboards and the hammering of the chain gang.
Far North festival favourites, Golden Fiddle Recipients & 4 time “Bluegrass” Golden Guitar finalists, The Hillbilly Goats aren’t just a band – they’re a “show” featuring stories, songs, tap dancing, bones, big harmonies and regular instrument changes.
9 pm Fri – Community Hall 10 pm Sat – Community Hall 4.30 pm Sun – Garden Stage
Bringing to the stage a full audial experience, using Guitars, Keyboard, Harmonica, Loop Pedals, Drum Machine, Stomp box and other Percussion. But what really sets Tessa apart is her powerful vocals and incredible vocal range.
1.30 pm Sat – Pub Ballroom 11 pm Sat – Pub Ballroom 10 am Sun – Quincan Café – “Women in Song” 1.15 pm Sun – The Garden Vibe
An exciting band, sensual, powerful, sometimes hilarious. Original, well-crafted meaningful songs combine with the bands energy and humour to present an act that’s thought provoking, entertaining and fun.
1.15 pm Sat – Garden Stage 7 pm Sat – Community Hall 10 am Sun – Garden Stage 2 pm Sun – St Mark’s Church – workshop
A lively family group that portrays a diversity of music from the Andes to Cuba with Spanish, Portuguese, African, and native American backgrounds; from sensual to cheerful rhythms that guarantee a vibrant experience through time and culture
11 am Sat – Garden Stage 9 pm Sat – Garden Stage 12 noon Sun – Garden Stage
Heralded as “Australia’s quirkiest and possibly first!! Ukulele, Celtic/Folk, Reggae, Bluegrass band” the Gypsy Rumble has its roots in Celtic, world and bush dance fun. Enthralling, highly energetic performances carry audiences back in time blending showmanship, artistry and tradition.
10 pm Fri – Community Hall 11 pm Sat – Community Hall 2.30 pm Sun – Garden Stage 10 am Sat – SUPERJAM – Community Hall