Get ready to immerse yourself in a sensory experience like no other.
Get ready to immerse yourself in a sensory experience like no other at Woodford Folk Festival 2019. An annual six-day event held from 27 December to 1 January, the festival is renowned for it's vibrant world full of action, colour, charming characters, intriguing displays, eclectic stalls and captivating performances, radiating vibes of peace, hope and inclusion for all.
The festival embraces the diversity of world cultures with over a thousand performances across the week by local, national and international artists. Woodford celebrates music, dance, theatre, comedy, arts and education, from political lectures to kids’ drumming workshops and everything in between.
There is only one way to describe the Woodford Festival Program and that is EXTENSIVE! There is quite literally something for everyone, from the children's festival to the ceremonies, artisan workshops, talks. and don't forget the comedy line up!
If you are one of those super organised individuals, you might find the Woodford Folk Festival APP the perfect program solution. With the APP you can add your favourite artists into your own custom schedule, access detailed maps of the festival and camping areas, access the 2018/2019 Woodford Playlist on Spotify, have live bus tracking for shuttle-bus service, sort the programme explorer by time and stage, plus so much more! Download the APP HERE>
Never been to Woodford Folk Festival before, but always wanted too? Here is this year's top tips on how to do Woodford Folk Festival, program highlights, what to take and wait for it....... a list of the 2019-2020 list of foodie vendors to delight the palate! We also suggest checking out the 'How to Prepare' information on the festival website HERE>
Woodford is a little taste of country right on the city’s doorstep. An easy day trip from Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast, this quaint and quiet town is a perfect getaway destination with a little something for everyone.
The Woodford region is steeped in history and retains much of its yesteryear charm. The historic pub still stands proudly on the main road through town, while quaint turn-of-the-century buildings house quirky shops and eateries throughout the shopping precinct. A heritage railway and a historical museum proudly testify to the region’s diverse past.
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From 15 May 2020 - you may travel a maximum of 150km from your home for non-contact activity such as exploring national parks, hiking, visiting dog parks, dining-in at restaurants (10 patrons at a time) and more.