8 October, 2021
Folk festival sold out
FOLLOWING on from the hugely successful 2020 Tablelands Folk Festival (TFF), preparation for this year’s event is progressing well.
Last year’s festival was a standout, over 100 volunteers put on an all-Queensland event that showcased once and for all that Queenslanders are indeed a hugely talented and resilient bunch of people.
With many restrictions lifted or easing it’s time to celebrate and party.
2020 marked the 40th anniversary of the festival, which began in 1980 in Herberton; but due to COVID restrictions, the celebration will now take place at the 22-24 October 2021 event.
With a theme of ‘Plant Seeds and Sing Songs’, performers with gather from all around the country, will participate in the Grand Parade along with a full program of events in the park and around the township of Yungaburra.
Festival Market stalls will dot the park along with the Children’s Fair, TAFE Stage, and The Fringe Stage whilst giant bubbles drift through the air.
Over 100 fantastic volunteers are putting the final stages together and in a few short weeks the Celebration will begin.
Incorporating more than 200 performers in 10 venues throughout the township of Yungaburra, it’s the longest running folk festival in Queensland.