• Dingo’s Breakfast @ Duke’s Place

    Duke’s Place – Australian songs in concert & session presents Dingo’s Breakfast. Roger Montgomery & John Angliss, are Dingo’s Breakfast, WA’s popular touring folk act. The Dingo’s Breakfast tour every summer in the eastern states [...]
  • The Good Girl Song Project @ Humph Hall

    In The Good Girl Song Project, Penny Larkins (vocals), Helen Begley (guitars and vocals) Jamie Molloy (concertina and vocals) and Penelope Swales (whistles and vocals), present a powerful account of a voyage that thousands of [...]
  • Ken Nicol (UK) & Fiona Ross @ Humph Hall

    The enormously popular singer/guitarist from Steeleye Span returns to Humph Hall with the wonderful Scottish singer Fiona Ross! Two highly respected singers and musicians, Ken Nicol & Fiona Ross, are combining their talents for a [...]
  • Fly Away (Loosely Woven) @ Humph Hall

    A free, light-hearted, folky, acoustic concert/cabaret . . . Loosely Woven is a community based group of people who put together and perform two to three new shows each year.  ‘Fly Away’ is the first concert [...]
  • Mr Rudolpho’s Jubilee (US) @ Humph Hall

    Bright Blue Gorilla (Award Winning Filmmakers & Musicians from Los Angeles) are touring Australia for the very first time! Join them for a concert and movie screening, in their Sydney debut, at Humph Hall on Sunday [...]
  • Doubble bill SNEZ and Alistair Brown

    SNEZ  Coming from a Macedonian working-class family, where stories about hardship, romance, black magic, mysticism and work ethic have been passed down through generations, Snez subtly weaves these influences into her own stories and songs, [...]
  • Alistair Brown (UK) @ Humph Hall

    Alistair Brown has been singing the old songs, and new songs written by people who like the old songs, since he was fifteen years old. He began his career helping out in the folk clubs [...]
  • The Tinkers at Sutherland Acoustic

    The Tinkers specialise in performing traditional Irish acoustic music, Rebel songs, reels, jigs, ballads, hornpipes, polkas. They have played many gigs recently including the MONA Museum in Hobart, Illawarra Folk Festival, Marrickville Cultural event, Kellys [...]

Upcoming Events

Mar 08

The Tinkers at Sutherland Acoustic

March 8 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Mar 09

Alistair Brown (UK) @ Humph Hall

March 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Humph Hall
Allambie Heights
Mar 16
Mar 17
Mar 18

Mr Rudolpho’s Jubilee (US) @ Humph Hall

March 18 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Humph Hall
Allambie Heights

Welcome!

This website is now open and we ask you to try it out and add relevant content, events, etc. Please be patient as the Folk Fed transitions to this new website and continues to improve it. In the meantime, the information on our JAM website will continue to be updated.

About the Folk Federation

The Folk Federation of NSW was formed in 1970. It’s a statewide body which aims to present, support, encourage and collect folk music, folk dance, folklore and folk activities as they exist in Australia in all their forms and genres. it provides a link for people interested int the folk arts through its affiliations with folk clubs and festivals throughout NSW and its counterparts in other States. it bridges all styles and interests to present the folk arts to the widest possible audience. The Folk Federation of NSW has a comittment to folk arts from all ethnic groups and nationalities represented in this diverse and transcultural national community.

Executive Committee

Brian Jonathon (President)

Max Gregory (Vice President)

Sophie Moore (Secretary)

Dallas Baxter (Treasurer)

Tom MacDonald (co-opted: I.T. officer)

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