The 2017 Tablelands Folk Festival Program is shaping up to be the very best one ever.

Performers already confirmed include Junkyard Beats and Willowy from Sydney, Ungus Ungus Ungus and Rosie Burgess Trio from Melbourne. The Mouldy Lovers, Fettler, Magnificence and nationally acclaimed duo Mark Cryle and Carmel Newman from Brisbane, By no means coming in at second best, the best of the best locally. The Montgomery Brothers, Django in the Djungle, Los Caracoles and Mangrove Jack and all the way from Adelaide, the return of the 2015 favourite act of the festival, The Timbers. Plus local Dulgaburra Yidinji Elder Uncle Laurie Padmore. This is just a snippet of what to expect at this year’s festival. Early Bird Tickets on sale online from August 1.

Tablelands Folk Festival presents:

With five albums to her credit, Jeanette Wormald has won national and international radio airplay and critical acclaim for her original songs inspired by the Australian landscape.

Wormald is a story teller. Her original songs, powerful stage presence and skilled musicians combine to take listeners on a musical journey through shades of folk, roots, jazz and blues into Australia’s heartland.Her new look Jeanette Wormald trio features Tablelands guitar maestro Gary Dozier and industry music veteran and popular sound engineer Dave Hart on upright bass.

Tablelands Folk Festival is delighted to welcome The Jeanette Wormald Trio to the June 24 Yungaburra Sessions. The trio will be on stage from 7.30 pm preceded by the Folk Music Verandah Jam Session. All centred around the historic Yungaburra Hotel.

June Sessions 2017

Date Claimers:

“Shine a Light” Schools Project EOI now open
Stall Applications now open until 31 August
Volunteers Applications now open
Sat 10 June – 3 to 6pm – Second Saturday SESSIONS with Django in the Djungle gypsy swing band
Sat 24 June – Yungaburra Sessions:
– Verandah Jam from 3 pm
– Jeanette Wormald Trio in Concert from 7.30 pm. Yungaburra Hotel
– No cover charge