Infectious riffs and soulful stories will fill the venues of Queanbeyan this Easter weekend as the National Folk Festival presents Good Folk – A Folk Experience in Queanbeyan.
This is a vibrant two-day concert series presented throughout historic Queanbeyan venues. A dedicated session venue will be located on the shady lawns of the Campbell and George—for those who play and those who enjoy folk music to come together once again.
The impressive and diverse list of local and national artists includes 2021 Golden Guitar Awards “Female Artist of the Year” Fanny Lumsden, Central Coast trio Little Quirks, one of Australia’s most enduring musical ensembles, Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, and Queanbeyan’s very own esteemed author, poet, and rapper, Omar Musa.
The list of wonderful performers goes on, with The Voice finalists Timothy James Bowen and Lucy Sugerman, the powerful female trio, The New Graces, Canberra local Kim Yang, blue-grass and roots rockers, 19-Twenty, the stunning four pieces string quartet, FourPlay String Quartet and more.
Get ready for 22 concerts over two jam-packed days in classic Queanbeyan venues including The Q, a newly upgraded Bicentennial Hall, the historic Royal Hotel and the exciting new session venue at Campbell & George.
To find out more or to buy your ticket, visit: folkfestival.org.au/good-folk
Happening Saturday 3 April from 10.30 am – 10.45 pm and Sunday 4 April, 11 am – 10.45 pm at Queanbeyan The Royal Hotel, The Q Performing Arts Centre, Queanbeyan Bicentennial Hall and Campbell and George.
See folkfestival.org.au/good-folk for more information.