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Port Fairy Folk Festival





The Port Fairy Folk Festival brings together more than 100 acts and plenty of visitors to Port Fairy and the Great Ocean Road.

Port Fairy is an old farming and fishing village.

The town offers beautiful views of the ocean waves drifting down the south-west coast of Victoria.

This is the very same south coast of Australia that the ships sailed through in the early years of their immigration.

During this time, many of the ships were wrecked along the rocks, but still today there is a fishing fleet that functions from the river.

It is a small village, but it has its significance.

With the beautiful people there and the magnificent scenery, it makes a perfect location for the Port Fairy Folk Festival.




Port Fairy Folk Festival: Labor Day Weekend


Name:Port Fairy Folk Festival
Date:5 - 8 March, 2010
Website:http://www.portfairyfolkfestival.com
port fairy folk festival

Port Fairy has a continuous stream of visitors throughout the year as people visit the Great Ocean Road. People use Port Fairy as a convenient stop for the night or for a short break.

The town comes to full life in the Labor Day weekend in the month of March. The vibe changes as people become excited and more of them arrive in time to attend the festival. It's amazing what a festival like this can do and how it has people wound up for the event.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival features more than 100 acts and approximately 500 different artists. They portray the cultural celebration that magnificently changes the little fishing village into a powerful bomb of excitement that's just waiting to explode.


Different Things to See and Do at Port Fairy


port fairy folk festival
There are many different shows, activities and things to see at the Port Fairy Folk Festival. Bring along the whole family to join in the festivities, because there is something for everyone.

There are spectacular concerts, wonderfully choreographed dance, interesting workshops, dramatic and comic theater, and many other performances that are shown on five small stages as well as five big ones that are in the actual arena. That is in addition to the twelve more locations throughout the fine town of Port Fairy.

There is much to do and even more to see if you are lucky enough to attend this festival over the long Labor Day weekend in March.

It also includes a Children's Program as well as a Street Invaders program. Some of the acts include Blues, Jazz, Folk Roots, Bluegrass, Celtic Roots, Country and Rock and more. There are buskers, markets, stalls, and a stunning mix of history, sun and sea in the air.


Every year the Port Fairy Folk Festival features around twenty international acts and more than one-hundred national acts.

With the Port Fairy Folk Festival the village comes to life when the entire atmosphere of the town changes, just for that long weekend.

It is a great opportunity to visit Port Fairy and the Great Ocean Road.





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