Port Fairy Folk Festival Artist and Program Update
Due to a COVID exposure, Liz Stringer is unable to perform this weekend at Port Fairy Folk Festival. We wish Liz and her team a speedy recovery, and hope they can come back in future years.
In good news, festival friends Henry Wagons and Karise Eden have stepped in to fill the breach!
Plan your Folkie: the app is live
PLAN YOUR FOLKIE: DOWNLOAD THE APP TODAY Plan your four-day Folkie adventure with the Port Fairy Folk Festival app. Schedule, plan, enjoy our playlist and share with your fellow festival goers, all from your phone. Easily downloadable from your favourite app store,...
CONNECTED CIRCUS: FAMILY FUN Experience our vibrant and colourful Circus space that has been created for families to enjoy together! Come and relax on the grass, listen to the music and play with the kids. The Connected Circus delivers exciting workshops,...
Kate Gane Tribute Concert
KATE GANE TRIBUTE CONCERT In November 2021, the South-West District lost one of its shining lights and great folk artists, in Kate Gane. Kate had a long and great history with the creative community in the South-West region and beyond, and attended the Folk Festival...
Last Tickets & Final Lineup
LAST TICKETS & ARTIST LINEUP Under two weeks to go, and we're down to our last remaining tickets! We hope you can all join us again at our wonderful return by the Southern Ocean! We have finalised our artist lineup, and will be sharing our new mobile app and...
On The Road Again Artists
Port Fairy Folk Festival is part of On the Road Again, a Victorian Government initiative to bring live music back across the state.
2022 Artist of the Year + Emerging Artist of the Year
In the lead up to the return of the Port Fairy Folk Festival in March 2022, the major music event today announced acclaimed Mutti Mutti man, singer and songwriter Kutcha Edwards as its Artist of the Year, the festival’s greatest honour in partnership with the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and Maton Guitars. Standing alongside the great bluesman, the Port Fairy Folk Festival announced lo-fi folk soul star Kee’ahn as its Emerging Artist of the Year, supported by Just Guitars.
Launching the Archie Roach Foundation Stage
Beloved national music icon and Maar Nation Elder, Uncle Archie Roach AM, is incredibly proud to launch the inaugural Archie Roach Foundation stage on Peek Whurrong country, thanks to a very special partnership with the Port Fairy Folk Festival.
THIRD ARTIST LINEUP ANNOUNCEMENT
Port Fairy Folk Festival announce third artist lineup for 2022 event. Port Fairy Folk Festival returns to the iconic seaside village on the long weekend in March 2022, delivering a huge line-up of artists including homegrown Australian and New Zealand talent set in the surrounds of the mighty Southern Ocean.
HELP SHAPE OUR KIDS PROGRAMME FOR 2022
What do you (and your kids!) want in 2022? More face painters? Less face painters? More kids music? More activities? Now’s your chance to tell us what you want to see in 2022.