THE FESTIVAL OF INSPIRED MUSIC
FAIRBRIDGE 2014 Tickets WA
10:00am, Fri 25th April, 2014 - 10:00pm, Sun 27th April, 2014
Fairbridge Village, WA
SAVE WITH EARLYBIRD RATES
- Earlybird tickets go on sale 17 February 2014 (with and without camping).
- Standard pricing applies from 16 March 2014.
There are options for family package tickets (free entry for children under the age of 5),
Club Membership, Group bookings, Cosy Camping and day tickets.
CLICK ON THE BELOW TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS:
There are currently no tickets available for Rivergrounds camping.
Club packages are still available in other areas of the festival site.
Contact the Festival Office 08 9246 3311 for details.
FAIRBRIDGE FESTIVAL 25 - 27 April 2014
Fairbridge Village, South West Highway, Pinjarra, Western Australia
Fairbridge Festival of inspired music is back for its 22nd year in 2014 with more of the music and camaraderie that patrons know and love.
The three-day camping festival showcases over 90 local, national and international world and folk music acts across 12 stages set in a beautiful rural village. The festival incorporates youth and children's festivals as well so there really is something for everyone along with market and community stalls, workshops, comedy, dance and street theatre.
Headline acts confirmed to date are:
- GRACE BARBE AFROKREOL
- CAROLINA CORDEIRO
- COCO DE MER - SOUNDS OF SEYCHELLES
- ADE EDMONSON AND THE BAD SHEPHERDS
- ENSEMBLE FORMIDABLE
- GUY GHOUSE AND GINA WILLIAMS
- ELEANOR MCEVOY
- RORY MCLEOD
- PERCH CREEK FAMILY JUGBAND
- PERCUSSION EXPERIENCE
- RUTH ROSHAN & TANGO NOIR
- MICK THOMAS & SQUEEZEBOX WALLY
- TARA TIBA
- AMI WILLIAMSON
- WOMEN IN DOCS
With many, many more to come!
Check our website and Facebook page to keep up-to-date and sign up to the festival's newsletter for all the latest news hot off the press!
For more information visit fairbridgefestival.com.au
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