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Fairbridge Festival adds more artists to its lineup

Tuesday 14 January 2020

Fairbridge Festival adds more artists to its lineup

Following its first round artist announcement last December, Fairbridge Festival has today reinforced its massive bill with more artists to light up the stage and entertain festival goers. The lineup now includes:

African Oz Drum 'n' Dance - African drum and dance workshops
Ballpoint Penguins
Bernard Carney
Dancing Dhevas
Bindi Bindi Dreaming
Dig'n The Jig
Dor Shira
Fo'c's'le Firkins
Gina Williams & Guy Ghouse
Glenn Danger Swift
Hip Hop Workshop with Jesse Teichelman
Kyshona
Mal Webb & Kylie Morrigan
Melbourne Ska Orchestra
Michael Waugh
Moishe's Bagel
Montgomery Church
Mucky Duck Bush Band
Ninth Time Lucky
Niq Reefman
Perth Morris Men
Rob Snarski
Sambanistas
Sara Salt
Selendang Sutra Dance Troupe
Skyscraper Stan
Smol Fish
Soukouss Internationale
STAV
StringyBach
The Beez
The East Pointers
The Happy Girls
The Honey Dewdrops
The Little HOO-HAA!
The Men of the West
Wandering In The Bush Show – Greg Hastings and Linda Gillan
West Australian Mandolin Orchestra
Woody's World

Presented by the not-for-profit organisation, FolkWorld Inc., the festival is a major event on the WA cultural calendar with a devoted audience base, a strong pool of volunteers, a strong organising committee, and a dedicated and committed board. Its reputation has spread to the point where it annually receives well over 500 applications from acts, Australia-wide, wanting to play. Many international artists also strive to make it a part of their touring schedule. Through the years, it has stayed true to its original vision of catering to a family audience—presenting probably the largest children and youth programs, in proportion to the festival as a whole, of any such event in the country.

Garb your tickets and don't miss Fairbridge Festival's marvellous showcase of world-class acts, peppered with a whole host of family friendly activities this April!

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