The 2017 Festival Volunteer Registration form is now live. Read the info on our volunteer registration page, then click on the REGISTER NOW button to get through to the form.
The first round of performer announcements include The Young Folk (Ireland), Les Poules a Colin (Canada), the Spooky Men's Chorale, Gina Williams, Bruce Mathiske, Psycho Zydeco and the Sandy River Belles.
Early Bird tickets are now on sale at cobargofolkfestival.iwannaticket.com.au
If the 2016 season ticket sales are anything to go by, better get in early for 2017 to be sure of getting a ticket.
We are thrilled to announce that the Cobargo Folk festival was the Gold Award winner in the Festivals and Events category of the 2016 NSW South Coast Tourism Awards. This is an award that belongs to everyone who has contributed to the festival over many years, from the hundreds of volunteers who help to stage the festival, the performers who entertain us so well, and the many thousands of supporters who come year after year to create, celebrate and be inspired by folk music, dance and culture.
The next Yuin Folk Club concert is one not to be missed. Legendary English folksinger, Martyn Wyndham-Read, is coming for one concert only at the Cobargo Hotel on Sunday 20 Novermber. The doors open at 1.30 pm for a 2.00pm concert start. Tickets are $20 (members) $25 (non-members). Enquiries: 6493 6758.
The Cobargo Folk Festival Team and the Yuin Folk Club are committed to bringing you great music throughout 2016. We have more quality acts scheduled once the weather starts warming up. Keep watching this website and our Facebook pages for information.
The Yuin Folk Club is run by volunteers and the money raised at the door goes to pay the artists, funds the sound system and pays for the tea and coffee. Hope to see you there!
Help us keep music live in Cobargo.
The Yuin Folk Club acknowledges the Yuin people who are the traditional custodians of this land where we hold our Cobargo Folk Festival. Permission to use the name "Yuin" for our club was given by Yuin Elder Aunty Eileen Morgan (dec) when we set up the club.