Folk Cobargo - A Community Concert

29 February 2020 2:00PM Windsong Pavilion, 17 Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay (9km South of Bermagui), NSW, Australia.
******Due to popular demand, a limited number of additional tickets are now available. Please note these tickets are BYO seat and will be on the veranda of the Pavillion******** Folk Cobargo A Community Concert Saturday 29 February 2020 2 -6 pm Limited tickets available.

The Yuin Folk Club Inc with support from Four Winds proudly presents

Folk Cobargo A Community Concert

Saturday 29 February 2020 2-6 pm

Three international performers originally booked for the 2020 Cobargo Folk Festival still want to come and play for us. With the help of the Four Winds team, we are thrilled to announce that we are going ahead with an afternoon of music on Saturday 29th February featuring The Jellyman's Daughter (Scotland), Eleanor McEvoy (Ireland) and Startijenn (France).  Come along and experience the healing power of music.

The Jellyman's Daughter: The Jellyman's Daughter lands squarely in the middle of an intriguing crossroads between bluegrass, post-rock, folk and soul.

Eleanor McEvoy: Irish Music Magazine:  "She is the benchmark and gold standard for female singer songwriters in Ireland."

Startijenn: The Living Tradition, UK: "These are skilled musicians, well befitting their group name ('Energy')."

Venue: Windsong Pavilion

17 Four Winds Rd

Barragga Bay NSW 2546

Located 9kms south of Bermagui

(Parking available on site)