Despite being a small-budget, non-profit festival, our event is much-loved for its high-calibre music program, with a mix of big-name performers and up-and-coming stars. We focus primarily on engaging First Nations artists and also a few community-endorsed, non-Indigenous acts with a strong connection to country and culture.
If you’d like to perform, please contact us with a bio and links to your work.
Each year, we have a wide range of organisations use our event as an opportunity to engage with our audience and spread the word about their work. We encourage a diverse range of stallholders to come along and connect face to face. We simply ask that stallholders come self-sufficient (marquees, tables, chairs etc) and pay what they can with a stall-holder donation.
If you’d like to set up a stall or a food outlet, please contact us with details of your organisation and what your stall will offer and we'll get back to you. Thanks!
Our three-day sports carnival is one of the festival’s main attractions, bringing together bush footy and basketball teams from across the region to battle it out for the top trophies and prize money.
If you’d like more information or to register your team’s interest, please contact us by August 1 so we can secure your place.
We’ll keep you in the loop with festival updates.