Red Hill accommodation is opening at 12 noon Thursday 28th, closing Monday 1st January 12 noon. Contact Di Clifford for info 0458032150. Programs will be available Day 1, Fri 29th December. Tickets are available online at trybooking.com or at the festival. Day 1 $20, Day 2 $50, Day 3 $50. Season pass $90. Accommodation is also available at some of our sponsors Henry Lawson Caravan Park, Prince of Wales Hotel, Gulgong Motel, Goldfields Motor Inn. There are two poets breakfasts 30th & 31st December. The Guitar competition is on again, 30th December 3:30pm Opera House…. The prize this year is a Cole/Clark guitar.  Competition entry $10. The John Dengate political songwriting competition is also on again entries close soon, contact Di via email on di.clifford15@gmail.com for entry details.

 

 

Appearing at this years festival……………….The Bushwackers.

Concert Saturday 30th.

Bushdance NYE

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Gleny Rae Virus and her Bluegrass Playboys 30th & 31st December.

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Whiskey Dram December 30 & 31

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Josh Maynard…..back again this year.

Gulgong Folk Festival 2015-2016 - Josh Maynard playing at Coronation Park

Henk Groot all the way from S.A

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John Dengate political songwriting competition

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POETRY EVENTS:

Two poets breakfasts.

Henry Lawsen poetry recital

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Coronation Park Markets

Belinda's lovely face painting with Chontelle, Rachel and

Miss Gypsy Whitemoon, a fifth generation traditional fortune teller at the Gulgong Folk Festival. Her predictions with playing tarot cards is her speciality
Miss Gypsy Whitemoon, a fifth generation fortune teller at the Gulgong Folk Festival. Her predictions wit playing tarot cards is her speciality.
John Stark one of the regular stall holders at the Gulgong Folk Festival. Come and find something special.
John Stark one of the regular stall holders at the Gulgong Folk Festival. Come and find something special.
Nice time for a cooling in the hot weather
Nice time for a cooling in the hot weather
Local musicians Ross Kurtz and Don Cooombes playing folk music in Coronation Park.
Local musicians Ross Kurtz and Don Coombes playing folk music in Coronation Park.