We’ve been selected to perform at Yackandandah Folk Festival on the weekend of Friday March 20th – Sunday 22nd! Festival tickets can be purchased from the festival website, and range from $35 to $95. The early bird discounts finish on February 28th, so get in quick if you can! The festival’s performer line-up features over forty acts, presenting very varied interpretations of folk. There’ll be acapella, Americana, Appalachian mountain music, bluegrass, Celtic, comedy, country, 50s/60s/70s covers, gypsy, honky-tonk, jazz, poetic lyricism, and pop! We’re looking forward to seeing Alanna & Alicia’s sets, and to being entertained by so many other accomplished acts. Yackandandah is in North East Victoria, between Wangaratta and Wodonga. To quote Yackandandah township’s website: It all begins with the descent from the surrounding tree-covered hills of the Stanley State Forest, past the avenue of English trees, across the historic stone bridge with its sparking creek …Here you’ll find the township of Yackandandah. As for accomodation, if you’d like options other than camping, and you find that Yackandandah is booked out, try Beechworth. It’s only a 20-minute drive South West of the festival, and has its own attractions. Our performances will be held at:
– 11:30am Saturday 21st at the Public Hall
– 1:30pm Saturday 21st at Yack Station, and
– 10:30am Sunday 22nd at Grace’s Place

It would be fab to see you there!