Woodn’t want to miss it

By Sasha Scullion

THE Woodford Folk Festival has become a staple in festival goers’ calendars for almost three decades, the festival promises a week of culture, diversity, and community.
From December 27 to January 1, attendees can indulge in the best music, art and cultural experiences Australia has to offer. The festival boasts an impressive lineup of musicians alone including Kate Miller-Heidke, Regurgitator, Kacey Chambers and Haiku Hands to name a few.
Minister for the Arts Leeanne Enoch said the annual Woodford Folk Festival will usher in the new year with an inspiring celebration of arts, culture and community bringing together diverse artists, speakers, and audiences.
“The much-loved Woodford Folk Festival is a highlight on our state’s cultural calendar, showcasing the exceptional work of local, national, and international artists and inviting audiences to participate in rich conversations, workshops and ceremonies,” she said.
Buy tickets to this year’s Woodford Folk Festival here: https://woodfordfolkfestival.com/tickets/ .