The National Folk Festival celebrates its 30th year in Canberra this year. Artistic Director, Katie Noonan, has asked veteran folk identity and sometime performer, Warren Fahey, to devise and present a grand anniversary concert.
The show, Tracks We Have Travelled will trace the history of the festival through music and feature some of today’s most prominent performers including Fagan’s Trio, Montgomery Church, The Raglins, Maggie Carty Band, Bill Chambers, Bill Jackson, Kerryn Tolhurst, Greg Sheehan, Linsey Pollok, 40 Degrees South, King Curley Trio, Judy Small, Chloe & Jason Roweth, Ruth Hazelton & Luke Plumb, The Australian Morris Ring, Jacqui Luke, The Water Runners, Jack Carty & Katie Noonan, Solidarity Choir, Dave Johnson and Balkanski Bus.
This will be a highly anticipated production from Warren who has witnessed the progression of the National from its earliest days.
Tracks We Have Travelled will be on 4.15pm on Easter Sunday.