Fairbridge Festival 2017

Fairbridge Festival 2017

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Friday 21 April - Monday 24 April


Audience: All Ages & 18+

Ticket Prices: Various

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Fairbridge Festival is one of Western Australia’s most popular family camping festival. This friendly celebration of folk, roots, blues, acoustic, Celtic, acapella and world music takes place annually in April, in the traffic-free, self-contained bushland site of Fairbridge Village on the South West Highway, 5 km north of Pinjarra and 100 km south of Perth’s outlying south-eastern suburbs.

To celebrate its 25th-anniversary, Fairbridge Festival 2017 boasts the largest contingent of international artists in its history supported by a variety of hot artists both homegrown and from across the country. Local acts include “Andrew Winton and Dave Brewer’s “Electric Blues Dancehall,” Axel Carrington, Banjo Worm, Barefoot Sojourns, Belgrade, Beni Bjah, Brassika, Daniel Susnjar Afro-Peruvian Jazz Group, Darling,Demon Days, Duende Indalo, Fromseier Hockings, Hannah Mae and the Hoodwinks, Heathcote Blue, The Junkadelic Brass Band, Leszek Karski, Lucy Peach, Little Whisky, Los Car Keys, Los Porcheros, Much Duck Bush Band, New Nausea, Ndorse, Odette Mercy & Her Soul Atomics, Phil Gray, Pow Negro, Salary, Something Doing, Soukouss Internationale, Soulin Wild, Tandem, Ten Cent Shooters, The Albany Shantymen, The Bambuseae Rhythm Section, The Fruity Whites, The Hiltones, The Last Five Coins, The Little Lord Street Band & The Lost Quays” plus more!

Check out the full Fairbridge program, giving a full run-down of the diverse range of talent that will grace the 12 stages in Pinjarra the weekend the 21-24 March.

In 2012, the Fairbridge Quest songwriting competition for high school-aged young people was launched and each year unearths amazing talent from across the state. Participants are supported with workshops and mentoring opportunities and win the chance to perform at the festival.

You’ll be surprised to find that it is much more than a music festival.