Shoalhaven Community Choir
Colourful and award-winning, Ruido harness authentic rhythms, songs, and gestures from the world of flamenco and drive them into Australian hearts. While Ruido love reviving forgotten songs from Spain and Latin America, more than half of their songs are composed by the troupe. Come enter the world of Ruido!
welcomes everyone - no auditions are necessary. Our aim is to spread the word that singing is extremely good for health and group singing is the most exhilarating of all. We are a welcoming, supportive choir, singing a wide range of music genres. Our Festival program celebrates the traditional folk music of England, Scotland and Ireland.
Sunday 12pm Mudgingal Sunday 1.15pm Hall
Scott Cook and the She'll Be Rights
Saturday 1.40pm Hall
Skinner & T’witch
Canadian balladeer and veteran road warrior Scott Cook returns with a new intercontinental stringband, consisting of fellow prairie boy Bramwell Park on banjo, and Aussie comrades Esther Henderson on fiddle and Liz Frencham on upright bass. Sturdy songs, equal parts introspection and insurrection. Friday 8.45pm Pavilion Saturday 1.30pm Marquee Saturday 3pm Pony Club Saturday 7.30pm Pavilion Sunday 2.45pm Marquee
An original, contemporary folk acoustic duo from England, performing folk, flamenco and theatre style songs. ‘A pair of comic geniuses’. Session Experience provides a welcoming accessible place to play David Chamberlain, Blues and Roots Radio music in a session like environment. We love www.skinnerandtwitch.com playing music with others but find just Friday 7.15pm La Petite Grande "joining a bar session" can be intimidating, so Saturday 9.30am Marquee we started running slow sessions at festivals Saturday 3.45pm Wombat where we hope everyone feels welcome. Sunday 2.30 Pony Club Saturday 10am Pony Club Sunday 9.30am Pony Club
The Shining Wits
The Somedays Get in the festival mood with the intoxicating original music of The Somedays. An eclectic mix of seasoned musicians sharing the music love. From folk to jazz, blues to country, reggae to rock and lots in between, they even have a sea shanty sailor song. One not to be missed!!
Funny folk who play some pretty funny Folk music - Ken Smith and Russell Neal are smart fellers who write songs that use puns and jests, satire and irony, spoonerisms, witticisms and aphorisms to amuse and entertain their audiences. Always good natured and even in good Friday 10pm Wombat taste, their songs contain jokes that predate Saturday 2.15pm Pavilion the oldest folk tunes. . Saturday 9.45pm Marquee Sunday 12pm Wombat Saturday 10am La Petite Grande