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As summer finally emerges, the weather reminds us of the beautiful celebrations which happen here at the Festival in March. We are in sight now of another wonderful weekend and can’t wait to share what we have been creating.
We have a great collection – Eclection of music coming and trust that there will be new favourites found. Solos, duos, bands and buskers… Rock, Folk, Blues, Country, Reggae – Mellow, Loud, Dreamy and Danceable…a really diverse mix.
There are a few changes happening too. Along with all our favourite spaces, we are working on encouraging movement to our beautiful Blackwood River. We will have an Art Trail walk, with a selection of sculptures to see as you meander and the inclusion of Fervor doing a very special Saturday night meal.
We will be having lots of great panels and workshops, not just on music, but also on mental, environmental and sexual health, comedy, craft; lots to learn from and share in. There will be trapeze performances happening at the Amphitheatre, street shows and rovers.
We have swapped what’s happening in the venues a little: we are quietening down the Depot – where workshops will be happening – and are creating a shady garden vibe, with a new licensed venue at Tigerville. The Playground will now be ticketed. Same old fantastic venue, with loads of great music and family craft and activities. For those that love the free stuff, it’s still here; The Hotel and the new Blackwood stage will have free live music, and the street will be full of fantastic stalls, delicious foods and street theatre. But really – a ticket will get you in anywhere so if you love a mix of music a ticket is the best way to go.
We are really excited to be partnering with FERVOR who are creating an incredibly special dinner experience on the River Banks.
Fervor harnesses locally sourced and native ingredients which are presented in a unique 8-10 course long table degustation held in a unique location on the banks of the Blackwood river. Diners will be treated to ingredients such as marron, green ants, crab, youlk, wattleseed, seaweed, wallaby, muntrie berries and many other exciting uniquely Australian ingredients. Live music will be provided by the multi-talented Kris Nelson. This is a highly interactive evening and we encourage guests to get up and view the cooking and plating throughout the night.
This special dinner is not to be missed! More info and tickets link here.
Learn, share, immerse and discover at the 2017 Nannup Music Festival! Workshops and panels on music, comedy, mental and sexual health, the environment, aerials, yoga, craft, astronomy. Something for everyone to get involved…
Broome’s Greg Quicke will bring you a taste of his fantastic Astronomy Experience here at the festival! Greg will share a little of his journey with ASTRO TOURS, his new book Earth Turning Consciousness and talk about his new role as presenter on the BBC’s Stargazing Live with Professor Brian Cox. He’ll be sure to point out a few stars and planets for you too!
Nannup based Aerial and Circus School FREESPIRIT TRAPEZE will be providing performances with a select troupe of students at the Amphitheatre in the evening and Aerial workshops for Festival goers at the Nannup Recreation Centre during the day. Perhaps you can be part of an evening performance! Bookings available at email@example.com