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The End Festival 2018

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The End is where the fun begins


Those who love festivals need to get out to The End Festival on the weekend starting Friday 20 April. A fabulous weekend celebrating the art, culture and heritage of the Hill End Historic Site. The only activities you need to book are the Royal Hall music and cabaret shows. Friday 20 April, 6.30pm–10pm. Saturday 21 April, 7pm–10pm. See website for pricing for specific concerts.


Those that just want to be free, can enjoy a jam-packed program of free live music, including bluegrass and folk music held on The Golden Age Stage.

Saturday 21 April, 11.30am–10pm.
Sunday 22 April, 10.30am–3.30pm.



Tempt your taste buds with craft beer and wine from the Central West region. Satisfy your hunger with local food offerings in The Golden Age Garden.



Visit the Makers Market and watch local artisans using traditional methods with natural materials to make unique items for sale. Kids will enjoy workshops learning tie-dying, clay sculpting, painting and games.



Art lovers can browse the site-specific art installations throughout the village. See 'Postcards from The End', presented by Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.

It's all happening at the Hill End village! With its colourful history, it will be a fun-filled festival for 2018.

When:
Friday 20 April 2018, 6.30pm–10.30pm.
Saturday 21 April 2018, 11am–10pm.
Sunday 22 April 2018, 10am–4pm.

Where: Clarke St, Hill End and surrounds



Note: Camping is available in NSW National Parks-run campgrounds in Hill End. Village campground has powered and unpowered sites. Glendora campground is a 10-minute walk from the main event site but has more space available. There is also accommodation options in nearby Bathurst or Mudgee.

Travel details:
Hill End is an hour by car from Bathurst or Mudgee.
From Bathurst (allow 1.5hrs)
See website for more details and other activities nearby www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/events/the-end-festival-2018/near-by.



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Why? Celebrate Historic Hill End
When: Friday 20 April - Sunday 22 April
Phone: (02) 6337 8206
Where: Hill End Historic Site - Clarke St, Hill End
Cost: Free entry - some concerts in Royal Hall require booking and a fee
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