Folk by the Sea

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Country and Region AustraliaNew South Wales
Type of Festival Music
Location of Festival Kiama, New South Wales, Australia
Festival Contact Information

David De Santi, Director

Festival Description

Folk by the Sea, formerly Folk in the Foothills, takes place in Kiama. It is a three day festival featuring five venues with 20 artists performing. Food and beverages will be available.

Festival Dates September 27 - 29, 2013
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Festival Events:

Lineup 2013:
  • Ami WIlliamson
  • Bob Campbell & Band
  • Casey Donovan
  • David Doyle (Ire)
  • David O’Connor
  • Doctor Stovepipe
  • Enda Kenny & Lindsay Martin
  • Fintan Vallely (Ire)
  • Garry Tooth
  • Good Tunes Session
  • Graeme Murray
  • Kiama Seaside Bush Orchestra
  • Nick Rheinberger
  • No Such Thing
  • Pat Drummond
  • Penny Hartgerink & The Mystics
  • Phyl Lobl
  • Pukara
  • Riogh
  • Russell Hannah
  • Steve Caskey
  • Ted Egan
  • The Rusty Datsuns
  • The Rusty Spring Syncopators
  • Wongawilli
  • Zondrae King


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Practical Info:

Tickets 2013:
  • Prices
      $50 per adult - save $15 on the full price of $65
      $20 per youth (12-17), child (U12) free
    • EARLY BIRD 2 DAY FESTIVAL & CAMPING PASS: $75 per adult - save $15 on the full price $90
      $45 per youth (12-17), child (U12) free.
    • FRIDAY EVENING PASS: $10 per adult, $5 per youth (12-17), child (U12) free
    • SATURDAY FULL DAY PASS: $60 per adult, $15 per youth (12-17), child (U12) free
    • SATURDAY EVENING PASS (from 6pm): $30 per adult, $10 per youth (12-17), child (U12) free
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