Festival of Small Halls Announces Autumn Tour

Gordie Mackeeman
Image Courtesy of Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys

The Festival of Small Halls returns this Autumn with some fantastic music in store. If you haven’t come across the Festival of Small Halls before the idea is simple – world class musicians make their way between folk festivals via small towns and regional centres where they perform in traditional country halls.

This Autumn’s Festival of Small Halls will make its way from the Port Fairy Folk Festival in March through to the National Folk Festival in April. The tour is set to feature Canadian fiddle tune masters Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys and local sister duo Siskin River.

Check out the full list of dates below:

Sunday 8th to Monday 9th March – Port Fairy Music Festival, Port Fairy, VIC
Wednesday 11th March – Glenorchy Memorial Community Hall, Glenorchy, VIC
Thursday 12th March – Barwon Heads Primary School, Barwon Heads, VIC
Tuesday 17th March – Orange Showground Pavillion, Orange, NSW
Wednesday 18th March – The Simpson Pavillion, Grenfell, NSW
Thursday 19th March – The Rand School of Arts, Rand, NSW
Friday 20th March – Girgarre Town Hall, Girgarre, VIC
Saturday 21st March – Moyston Hall, Moyston, VIC
Wednesday 25th March – Adelonia Theatre, Adelong, NSW
Thursday 26th March – Bonegilla Migrant Experience, Bonegilla, VIC
Tuesday 31st March – Coramba Community Hall, Coramba, NSW
Wednesday 1st April – Bayldon Community Centre, Toormina, NSW
Friday 3rd to Monday 6th April – National Folk Festival, Canberra, ACT

2 Comments

  1. Graham Wood said,

    February 4, 2015 at 10:46

    QLD missing out again…

  2. February 6, 2015 at 16:02

    […] – The Festival of Small Halls Australia is back again this Autumn taking Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys and Siskin River from the Port Fairy Folk Festival to the National Folk Festival via regional towns and centres. Details here […]


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