We believe Country music and Roots music have a common connection. That is the love of the land and music that comes from its roots and that come from the soul. To go with our diverse region, we will have food and market stalls that reflect. We are very lucky here to have one of the healthiest and Greenest environments in the country, so our food will be spectacular and our waste management and recycling standards will be high! The festival will be held over 4 days at the Murwillumbah Show Grounds with over 60 acts. Festival Friday evening will be the festival opening night, where we will be featuring a welcoming ceremony by Kids Caring For Country as well as local talent and major Australian acts. Festival Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be held in the Murwillumbah Showgrounds where there will be 4 fantastic stages!!! There will be the main stage – the Wollumbin Stage in the show arena, the Men’s Shed Stage for all the fun stomping music ( of course it is for women too), the Opry stage that will feature Bluegrass and awesome old timey music and the Porch stage that will feature our more Rootsy artists and choice buskers. There will be camping onsite starting at $7.50 per person for up to 5 nights and must be booked before the event so get in quick to avoid missing out!
Doomstar Requiem: a Klok Opera W Brendon Small, Paul Green & Scott Ian
Jazzmeat (NO cover) Thu May 287pm - Jazzmeat (NO cover)
BASHKA - Guests: Zourouna + Mondo Loco
Opening the show for Paul Greene's album launch.
Label: Whirl Records, WHIRL records
Manager: Linda Chamarette
Bio: Paul Greene has been a quiet achiever in the Australian Music Scene. Strongly Independent, on hi own label WHIRL records, he has traveled incessantly delivering his music across his continent, with an infectious live energy and great songs. There is no hype with Paul Greene. His songs span a rang...See Full Bio
“While remaining remained a staunchly independent artist and largely existing under the radar of mainstream attention, Greene’s work, which spans blues, country, folk and pop with aplomb, has attracted some high-profile supporters. The Waifs and John Butler have sounded their approval, while Midnight Oil’s Rob Hirst collaborated with him under the Hirst & Greene moniker. Recently, Waterboys frontman Mike Scott got in touch to offer congratulations on Greene’s cover of his The Whole of The Moon.”