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Artist biographies are listed alphabetically by the first name and ignoring “The”. Performance times listed are correct at time of printing.

Program times may be subject to change and updates will be posted at venues or the Festival Office.

Miles, Mumunya, Hit The Road Jack


more. The Choir will “pop up” and sing at

various times around the Festival site on

Saturday. Keep an eye and ear out for them.

Various times around the site on



The Rambling Boys are Gino Lupari (bodhran

and vocals), David Munnelly (accordion)

Sean Regan (fiddle, mandola and vocals)

Alan Burke (guitar and vocals). Their unique

blend of original songs, incredible virtuoso

renditions of tunes and rollicking wit make

for a stage show that is a high powered

and unforgettable musical experience. An

all-star quartet who have recorded and

toured with Sinead O’Connor, the Corrs

and Shane McGowan, are combining for

what is guaranteed to be a thrilling feast of

contemporary Irish music.

Friday 9:00pm Gulaga

Saturday 12 noon Narira

(David Munelly - w’shop)

Saturday 4:00pm Narira

(Sean Regan - w’shop)

Saturday 9:00pm Gulaga

Sunday 10:00am Narira

(Gino Lupari - w’shop)

Sunday 11:00am Mumbulla

(Sean Regan – Fiddlers)

Sunday 1:00pm Gulaga


The Puddin’ Eaters have never grown up and

just do shows for kids. They present a wacky

roller-coaster ride of join-in action songs,

dances, dressing up, percussion and their

famous kids’ parade. Meet tall silly Rob,

squeezebox Stuart and lovely Sally (she’s the

one in the fabulous pink dress).

Saturday 1:00pm Bunyip

Sunday 10:30am Bunyip


The Quaama Singers (previously known as

the Quaama Can’t Sing Choir) will perform

choir songs like

Banana Boat Song


If I Had

A Hammer, Happy Together, Five Hundre


The Rambling Boys

Donald McKay & Rebecca Wright