21st Yackandandah Folk Festival
March 23 to 25, 2018

Tickets for 2018 on sale now

Performers applications for 2018 closed at the end of September

T-shirts

Look what arrived today!
The 2017 Festival T-Shirts are now available to purchase from Klimt, until 24 March (available from the Festival Office 24-26 March). Designed by local & T-Shirt Design Competition Winner, Anna Ross, the 100% cotton t-shirts were ethically made in Melbourne & printed in Albury.
Adult t-shirts: White (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL) $25
Children’s t-shirts: Grass Green (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12) $15
Klimt, 35 High St, Yackandandah. Ph: 02 6027 1000
Open: 7 days from 10.30am

Opening parade

Celebrate Something Special!
7.15pm Friday 24 March 2016, High Street

Join us in celebrating Yackandandah Folk Festival’s 20th Birthday by lighting up the street in a gorgeous lantern parade. We are calling for EVERYONE to be involved by making a lantern with artist Vicki Luke and taking part in a celebration of our amazing community. As our goal for the Festival is to reduce waste, this year’s Parade is all about re-using and

We are calling for EVERYONE to be involved by making a lantern with artist Vicki Luke and taking part in a celebration of our amazing community. As our goal for the Festival is to reduce waste, this year’s Parade is all about re-using and recycling. The lanterns will be made entirely from 2ltr plastic milk bottles! (And other bits of recycled stuff!). 

Interested? Please read below for more information.

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Waste Reduction

A big focus for the 2017 Festival is waste reduction. Please help us with this goal by bringing your own re-usable water bottles, coffee cups and cloth bags, refusing one-use plastic packaging & bags, and ensuring waste is disposed of in the appropriate bins. Read more about our green initiatives here.