WHEN: Friday 26 January 2018
TIME: Doors open at 6pm - 6:30pm start
WHERE: Ganmain Hall, Ford Street Ganmain
COST: Tickets $15 (Concession/Student $10)
Festival of Small Halls is a series of travelling tours that takes the best folk and contemporary acoustic artists performing at two of our country’s largest festivals, and sends them on the road to tiny halls in communities all over Australia.
Canadian folk powerhouses The Small Glories and Australian singer-songwriter Claire Anne Taylor kick off the Festival of Small Halls Summer Tour, and are making their way to the Ganmain Hall. Read more about the artists and the tour.
The artist line-up for Small Halls features at least one Australian artist and one International touring artist.
Come enjoy live music, bar facilities, great food and the festive atmosphere at the Ganmain Hall. Doors open 6pm and tickets are just $15 (kids $10).
Purchase your tickets early and secure your spot. Tickets are on sale at www.festivalofsmallhalls.com.
“If I had to choose, I would play in regional towns rather than big cities, every time,” said touring artist Claire Anne Taylor. “Playing shows in regional places makes me feel more connected with my audience, and I love the way that there is more opportunity for talking with locals and getting a feel for the place. “This kind of intimacy and connection is rare in big cities.”
The Festival of Small Halls is a unique regional touring concept, working with community groups and regional councils across Australia to take some of the best international and national music into rural and remote areas of Australia.
The Festival of Small Halls Summer Tour 2018: Cygnet to Illawarra is presented by Woodfordia Inc in partnership with the Cygnet Folk Festival and the Illawarra Folk Festival.