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Canberra Folk Festival

By che - 24 March 2005 14

For those who haven’t heard or might have forgotten the Canberra Folk Festival is on this Easter weekend at EPIC. The CT has a quick write-up of the activities that will be taking place, but for those in the know its the Guiness tent that everyone wants to be in.

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14 Responses to
Canberra Folk Festival
1
Jazz 12:09 pm
24 Mar 05
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does anyone know if it costs anything to get in? and if so how much?

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Santa 12:42 pm
24 Mar 05
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The scalp of the nearest hippy entitles you free entry.

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blossy 12:56 pm
24 Mar 05
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I’m sure I saw an entry fee listed somewhere – from memory it was seriously hefty.

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blossy 12:58 pm
24 Mar 05
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Just found the website, ticket info here

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blossy 1:03 pm
24 Mar 05
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just tried to post costs, but for some reason it didn’t work. Its hefty. $45 for an evening ticket, $65 for a day, and $150 for the whole thing.

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bonfire 1:17 pm
24 Mar 05
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man that doesnt leave much for mulled wine and mung bean casserole.

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vg 1:49 pm
24 Mar 05
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I was wondering what that smell was

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blossy 2:10 pm
24 Mar 05
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yeah. I wanted to go to a bellydance workshop, but it was just impossible given I’d have to pay the workshop fee plus the entry. Very steep.

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Jazz 2:59 pm
24 Mar 05
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thats far too much. I might have considered going if it was cheaper.

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johnboy 6:47 pm
24 Mar 05
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Most people “volunteer” they do a little bit of helping out, meet other like minded people, and get the rest ofthe weekend free.

I think my mother is the only person who pays full fare.

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yakz 7:14 pm
24 Mar 05
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you need to do 16 volunter hours to get in for free, there are approx 1,200 volunteers. These plus performers will only be a small proportion of the total number of people over the weekend.
$65 for a full day is not that bad, comparable with a ticket to a concert and if the perfomances are what interests you then go for it.

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Aleximus 8:02 am
26 Mar 05
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I spent the day at the festival yesterday. It all started poorly when the queues for tickets stretched to one hour. The natives were very restless and let the volunteers running the tills know it. Once inside it was a very pleasant day for all concerned. To put one comment in context, the entry fee covers all the workshops, so there is nothing extra to pay, apart from your Guinness and munchies.

Highlight of the day was the ‘Spooky Men’s Chorale”. They are a vocal group of some twenty Blue Mountains blokes that have to be heard (and seen) to be believed.

btw, the bellydancing was very good!

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blossy 9:02 am
26 Mar 05
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aaah!! missed out on the bellydancing!!! Still, couldn’t afford it anyway πŸ™

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bonfire 8:38 pm
27 Mar 05
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i would have thought the volunteer corp would be way down with all the unwashed peacefully rioting at baxter.

how was the yoni divining workshop ? i prefer the mucus readings myself.

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