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Cully Fest Outback and Aboriginal Folk Festival

When:

Fri 17 Nov 2017, 9:00am–11:00pm
Sat 18 Nov 2017, 9:00am–11:00pm
Sun 19 Nov 2017, 9:00am–9:00pm

Where: Toowoomba Showgrounds, Glenvale Road, Glenvale, Toowoomba & District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Super Early Bird Tickets Cully Fest Adult - Season: $161.25
  • Super Early Bird Tickets Cully Fest Child 0–17yrs - Season: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Super Early Bird Tickets Cully Fest Adult - Day: $93.75
  • Super Early Bird Tickets Cully Fest Child 0–17yrs - Day: $0.00 ($0.00)
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: millsp

Killing Heidi will headline the much anticipated 2017 Cully Folk Festival 17–19 November. Some of Australia's best rock and folk bands will take over main stage and get this cultural celebration of all things outback and Indigenous started. Other performers include Pierce Brothers, Screamfeeder, Cheap Fakes, Willie Nelson's Lovechild, Jed Rowe, Troy Troutman, Rochyelle Pitt, Body & Soul, Michelle Plozza, Aine Tyrrell, Stomperoo, Dezziew D & the Stingrayz, Dogtags, Pepper Jane, Blutopia, Brad Butcher, B-Syde, Ali S, Sam Newton, Finn MacCool, Eckybow, Josephine Birch, Reuben Birchley, Jessie G, The Mad Mariachi, Afrobeat Brazillian Drummers, Brendan Leggatt Band, Jacinta and Stevie Byrne, Cathy Drummond, Troy Jangaji Brady, Herb Wharton, Kargun Fogarty, Susie Klein, Will Anderson, Garrett Kato, Cruisin Deuces and more.

You will be left awestruck by internationally renowned aboriginal dance groups, artists and performers showcasing crafts and music and sharing stories handed down over more than 50,000 years. Cully Fest delivers a remarkable line up of non indigenous and indigenous speakers, real every day people you would not normally get to meet and they will be sharing their experience, mateship and knowledge of real life, real struggles and real achievement during the hosted talks.

More than 50 workshops offer hands on up close interactive sharing for all ages including everything from singing, songwriting, making a didgeridoo, playing a didgeridoo, dancing, theatre spots to making a kite. There are loads of activities for the entire family with a full kids festival running side by side of the adult festival.

Cully Fest 2017 tickets are now on sale and some amazing deals are on the table. The earlier you purchase the bigger the saving and the more exclusive invitation only events you will be able to access. The all inclusive deal means that once you're in you're in, no hidden costs or additional charges. The festival pass grants you access to everything, including workshops, gigs and shows. An added Bonus at this family friendly event is that kids are admitted for free. Three epic days of outback and Aboriginal adventure, food, music, arts, culture and tradition for the whole family to enjoy. Spanning across three huge days from the 17–19 November 2017, you can expect a jam packed lineup.

Cully Fest 2017 is now more accessible with a relocation to Toowoomba. Toowoomba showgrounds offers a first class venue to Cully Fest as it is set on 254 serene acres with top facilities, ample amenities, easy access, space for 2000 caravans and plenty of camper to create a great festival village. For the best deals book festival tickets now!