Majors Creek Everything you want to know about the gorgeous little town of Majors Creek can be found online. Location Majors Creek is approximately 15 minutes from Braidwood, and 1 hour from Canberra, Goulburn and Bateman’s Bay. Accommodation Free camping is available on the Majors Creek Festival site. There are ample toilet facilities, however no showers are provided. Braidwood and surrounds has many accommodation options – the website below provides a full list of local accommodation options and their contact details, plus further information about Braidwood and the surrounding district. http://www.visitbraidwood.com.au/
Remember last year's fabulous Folkathon? Well it's back - and it's BIG! It's a mighty 8 hour musical marathon featuring some of South Australia's finest folk performers. Guest acts include:- The Timbers The Borderer'S Cat Dog Bird Andy & Marta The Heggarties Kelly Menhennett Saltwater Taffy Poppi Sarah McGuire! 12noon - 8:00pm There's music, games, dancing Hedgemonkey Morris) and much more! Cheap drinks and yummy food available throughout the day. It's a whole afternoon and evening of entertainment - and it's great value too, at only $25 or $20 to concession card holders - all proceeds go to the 2015 Fleurieu Folk Festival fundraising campaign. Mark it on your calendar now! Folkathon 2015 is hosted and sponsored by the Port Noarlunga Bowling Club - Hunt Park, River Road, Port Noarlunga.
FOLK IN BROKE in the Hunter Valley! Get on board this special 1 day event with some top acts :) GOATS on at 4:30pm!!!
Sounds Like: Mumford and Sons, The Pogues, Boy & Bear, Graveyard Train
Bio: THE TIMBERS’ thumping rhythms and big misty mountain melodies will cast you away to the sweaty, smoky, melting-pot of roots, folk, and Celtic bushman brassy punk. Their explosive start in the Adelaide music scene is worthy recognition of this bands ability to marry exceptional musicianship with h...See Full Bio
“The Timbers are one of those acts you desperately want to tell people about, but at the same time, you dread having to summarise. This Adelaide four-piece delve into genres like bluegrass, country, roots, celtic, folk, gypsy and punk all at once in a manner which is surprisingly natural.”