Calling all artists! Apply now to be a part of the 2023 Port Fairy Folk Festival.
Each year the Festival books around 100 artists from both national and international applications.
Applications close 29 April 2022.
Our friends at Listening Through The Lens music website have just returned from the 45th Port Fairy Folk Festival which was held 11 to 14 March.
You can read their review and take in some fresh images by FOLLOWING THIS LINK.
Port Fairy Folk Festival organisers have announced that, following the success of its 2021 March Concert Series, they are presenting ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence’ on Friday 27 August at the beautiful St John’s Church in Port Fairy.
The concert will feature Mick Thomas, Delsinki, Kerryn Fields, Brooke Taylor, Lee Spence and James Macaulay.
Port Fairy Folk Festival program director Justin Rudge has announced the second tranche of performers for the 2022 event to be held 11 to 14 March. There are now thirty artists listed – twenty local acts and ten from overseas (USA, UK, New Zealand and Timor-Leste). Early bird tickets have almost sold out.
The artists that will join the line-up
Emily Barker (UK)
Fiona Ross & Shane O’Mara
First Nations Voices
Maubere Timor (TL)
Nadia Reid (NZ)
Robyn Hitchcock (UK)
The Thin White Ukes
The Weeping Willows
Tracy McNeil & The GoodLife
Tuck Shop Ladies
Van Walker & The Ferriters
Artists already announced:
Eric Bibb (US)
Emma Donovan & The Putbacks
Courtney Marie Andrews (US)
Eilen Jewell (US)
Weddings Parties Anything
Elephant Sessions (UK)
Jon Boden (UK)
Baby et Lulu
Watchhouse (US) (formerly Mandolin Orange)
Fans of the Chapel Hill North Carolina folk duo Mandolin Orange will have to readjust to the couple’s new name Watchhouse, announced recently after a career of over a decade.
The duo have been announced to play at Port Fairy Folk Festival 2022.
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