Yackandandah Folk Festival 2024:
Save The Date!
That’s a wrap folks!
WoW! How amazing was YFF 2023? Some amazing performances over the 2 1/2 days and fortunately, the spectre of inclement weather did not materialise, apart from a few showers Friday evening. So many highlight’s, it’s difficult to know where to start. As usual, our friendly crowds and performers were a pleasure to host. Our brand new ticketing platform performed faultlessly and will just require a few minor tweaks for 2024. Who were your standout performers? For mine, Blue Moon Marquee were a sight to behold! How can 2 people have such a big sound? Jass was amazing to watch playing her upright bass, drums and singing all at once and Andrew’s guitar work and gravelyard vocals were incredible. Locally, Great Aunt sang beautiful harmonies and told quirky tales and The Waterboys put loads of heart and humour into their shows. Established acts such as The Pigs and The Weeping Willows also proved very popular and drew big audiences wherever they went. Standout vocalists had to be Mon from Wallabindi and Gretta Ziller-just fabulous. All in all, the committee are very happy with the result. We hope you all enjoyed it and look forward to seeing you all come back again in 2024.
Lost Property from 2023
The three photos shown above are of apparel left behind during the festival weekend. If you recognise anything, please eamil us and we’ll make arrangements with you.
Sunday Market Enquiries
Please Note: The Sunday Markets are not run by YFF. Every year, we are swamped with enquiries about being involved in the market. For all enquires market-related, please contact the Yackandandah Primary School on (02)6027 1431 during school hours or via email at: [email protected]
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Volunteer Applications for 2023 have now closed.
A hugh Thank You to those of you who have chosen to give up some of your valuable time to help us run our fabulous festival this year. It would be impossible to stage YFF without the assistance of many kind-hearted people such as yourselves. By now, you should have received an email containing details of your volunteer schedule for the weekend along with the time and location of the Volunteer Briefing Meeting tomorrow evening. For those of you are able to attend, the YFF team are looking forward to meeting you. If you can’t make it, no matter. We will see you around town over the weekend. Please come to the Festival Ticket Office, open from 10am Thursday March 23 and located inside YCC (refer to the festival map shown above) to collect your volunteer welcome pack. Look for the “Ticket Office” signs outside.