The iconic Tablelands Folk Festival has been running for 37 years. That’s pretty crazy when you think about it. (Ed Sheeran wasn’t even a twinkle) It’s probably been around longer than you have. It’ll probably still be going after you die. People probably like it more than they like you. All your friends are going, why not join them for a weekend of music, dancing and fun.
Earlybird Tickets available 1 August $90/weekend
From Sydney: Willowy & Junkyard Beats. From Melbourne: Penny Larkins and Carl Pannuzzo, Rosie Burgess Trio. Ungus Ungus Ungus, The Good Girl Song Project, Totally Gourdgeous. From Brisbane: The Mouldy Lovers, Fettler, women in docs, Mark Cryle and Carmel Newman. From the Northern Territory: Stu Harcourt & Daniel Townsend. From Townsville: 33 1/3 & Littmus Steampunk Band and from Adelaide: The Timbers. PLUS dozens of your favourite local acts including Hot Ice, The Kroovs, DreamState Circus, Los Caracoles, Django in the Djungle, Katie Jay, The Montgomery Brothers, Benny & The Clones and lots more.
Tablelands Folk Festival Presents
Miriam Lieberman in Concert: TFF Yungaburra Sessions. Yungaburra Hotel from 7.30 pm Saturday July 22. No cover charge.
Singer songwriter Miriam Lieberman has been busy touring her latest album release ‘Full Circle’ – a work that Rhythms magazine described as “A thing of intoxicating beauty “ (November 2016 issue )
Having spent long periods of time studying with greats in West Africa, Miriam writes and performs mostly on kora (West African harp).
She brings to it her own contemporary Western-ed pop sensibilities and an unmistakable voice.
With songs reminiscent of Joni Mitchell that are infused with rhythms of Africa and songs and stories from the road that lift the spirit.
It is with great pleasure that Tablelands Folk Festival (TFF) brings Miriam back to the Far North for one night only on July 22 as part of the ongoing TFF Yungaburra Sessions.
As a seasoned vocalist and live performer Miriam has always loved the simple joy of singing as well as exploring the craft of vocal technique.Her dynamic teaching style incorporates body and vocal warm-ups, as well as songs from around the world.
Amongst the teaching repertoire are West African call and response songs, ancient Hebrew psalms and classical Indian vocal warm ups to name a few.
Sing out loud and enjoy connecting to the oldest and most innate instrument – your human voice!
Miriam Lieberman vocal workshop: Curtain Fig Motel Yungaburra from 3-5pm Saturday July 22. Cost $25 pp. RSVP to email@example.com
• “Shine a Light” Schools Project EOI now open
• Stall Applications now open until 31 August
• Volunteers Applications now open
• Sat 5 August – 3 to 6pm – Djangaburra Sessions with Django in the Djungle gypsy swing band – NOTE – just for August – Djangaburra is 1 week early on the first Sat of the month. No cover charge