The world-renowned band, The Pigram Brothers will headline this year's festival, and they are a seven-piece Indigenous band from the pearling town of Broome. This will be their only show to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of their iconic and beloved album "Salt Water Country".
As well as this band, there will be the amazing talent of the likes of:
Kav Temperly (Eskimo Joe)
Jim Fisher and the Hamilton Hillbillies
Bambuseae Rhythm Section
King of the Travellers
Dillip and the Davs
Racoo Charles with the Moke Folk
Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks
Creatures of Habbit
DJ General Justice and more to be announced closer to the date
Kids circus workshops will run throughout the day to keep the young ones active and entertained, and the west side of Princess May Park will a "KIDS ZONE" - this is where these young kids can chill out away from the noise of the stage.
There will also be face painters, Farmer Damian, nature play areas and many more kids activities! In short, there is something for the everyone in the whole family to enjoy. Night time the Big Top will transform into a third stage.
Then there will be the following as well:
Wine and cider stalls
Night sky light installation and more.
This year's Fremantle Folk festival is certainly going to be the best day out you will have all year!
One of the things the public wanted and made the organisers aware of is a "family ticket" so that it will be a more affordable day out for all families - so this year, there WILL be a "family ticket".
Princess May Park and Clancy's Fish Pub
51 Cantonment Street
Saturday, 14th October, 2017
11 am TO 11 pm
You can get your tickets here
or if any left, at the door
Youth: $40 (13-17yrs)
Kids: $25 (5-12yrs)
Wee ones: Free (0-4yrs)
Family: $170 (2 x Adults and 2 x Youth or Kids)
VIF (Very Important Folks): $200 (includes indoor rest area with toilets and refreshments, FFF merch pack, food and drink tokens, exclusive performances, artist mingle)
Alcohol Not Permitted
Event suitable for Youth; Family; and Adults
Facilities available - Baby change; Disabled toilets; Toilets;