Donate to the Folk Federation Fund

Donate to the Folk Federation Fund, our tax deductible public fund, and help us promote the folk arts in NSW.

 

About the Folk Federation

Founded in 1970, we facilitate statewide development of the folk arts, dance and in particular folk music of all genres and ethnic diversity. Through affiliated folk clubs, festivals, interstate bodies and our membership, we link those interested in presenting folk to the widest possible audience.

 

Make sure you’re folk fed: join us!

 

Folk Fed Events

(see Events section for more detail)

 

Trad Song Session, hosts: Fossickers Ruby & Sophie 1st Sunday of month Old Fitz Hotel Woolloomooloo 3pm-6pm

 

Singer-Songwriter Circle, host: Brian Jonathon 3rd Sunday of month Old Fitz Hotel Woolloomooloo 6 30pm-9 30pm
To attend contact Brian at brianjonathon1@gmail.com

 

Picnic at Parramatta Pk. (Garraway Area) Sunday 17th June 11 30am-4pm

 

Songwriting Workshop with Bruce Watson, prior to his August concert at ‘Fairlight Folk’, 3 William St Fairlight, further details soon.

 

Enter our ‘Young Folkmusic Artists Awards – closing date August 31st 2018

Executive Committee

Brian Jonathon (President)

Max Gregory (Vice President)

Sophie Moore (Secretary)

Dallas Baxter (Treasurer)

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

Upcoming Member Events

Sat 28
Aug 10

Bush Music Club – Duke’s Place 2018 calendar

August 10 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Duke’s Place
Marrickville

Donate to the Folk Federation Fund

Donate to the Folk Federation Fund, our tax deductible public fund, and help us promote the folk arts in NSW.

 

Under 25? Apply for the Young Folk Artist Awards!

Two ‘Folk Federation of NSW Young Folk Artist Awards’ will be offered each year: one to an individual performer, the other to a group/band. We also offer one Junior Artist Award to an individual artist or group/band. Applications for the awards close August 31 2018 – get your entry in today!

 

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