WA Folk Music and Dance Calendar

Acoustic Music, Dance & Spoken Word events
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This site is edited and updated regularly with with information supplied by event and group organisers as well as other lovers of acoustic music.
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All information is correct to the best of my knowledge,
I cut and paste info that is either sent to me direct or from other sources,
sometimes inaccuracies may creep in.

The links below will take you direct to the sections listed.

Main Events (and more details of regulars as supplied)

If you see TBC next to an event then check with the contact before going.

Saturday 23rd of September
— Mandurah Soiree.
Thank you to all of your who have already let us know about your attendance for the Soiree next Saturday. For those of you who would still like to attend, either as a performer or as part of the audience, please let us know as we limited by seating. Usual format, starting at 2.30p.m. breaking at 3.30 for nibbles and “scintillating”conversation, then starting again at 4.00 to 5.00p.m., after which there will be the usual “Jam Session” for those who would like to stay on for a while!!. Look forward to hearing from you,
Further planned Soiree dates will be Saturday 18th of November. We will do our very best to maintain these dates, but we may have to alter them due to changing circumstances-please bear with us!! In the meantime we look forward to seeing you all.
If you have any questions, please email or give me a call. We look forward to catching up with you all. email Ian ilo78333@bigpond.net.au

Sunday 24th September
— Jackadders Music Club (4th Sunday)
2.30pm Wembley Downs Scout Hall, 7 Dover Cresc. Wembley Downs.
Our next concert is on September 24th with guest performer Bernard Carney OAM. Bernard is an accomplished craftsman in song, a master guitarist and a fine versatile entertainer, celebrating 48 years working full time in the Australian entertainment industry. Bernard’s songs tell of Australia, its people, and its history, interwoven with story , humour and his deep connection to family. He is a past Artist of the Year at the Port Fairy folk festival , is thoroughly involved in community cohesion through music , he runs two choirs, and hosts the City of Perth’s Holly Wood Tuesday Morning Show weekly . He was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 2019 for services to music. Looking forward to hearing Bernard on 24th,
Cost: adults $12 (WAFF Members $6) children free
For more information call 0412 777 061 or carmel@carmelcharlton.com Time: 2.30pm – 5.00pm
Afternoon tea included
This is a West Australian Folk Federation Event.

–Matilda’s music.(2nd and 4th Sunday)
Matilda’s music, formerly run out of Claremont Recreation Club, is now held at Hollywood Subiaco Bowling Club. It is a great venue and Matilda’s has been warmly welcomed by the Hollywood Subiaco committee. Matilda’s continues to be held on second and fourth Sunday of every month from 3-6pm.
Pay $5 at the door and share the love of making music. It’s an ‘open mike’ session, so if you fancy singing and playing to like-minded musicians, come along and put your name on the board. Or if you just like to see and hear people who love making music, please come along. Everyone is welcome.
Every Wednesday from around 4pm -6pm a group gathers for a very informal ‘jam’ session. Again, everyone is welcome.
Venue address: 42 Smyth Road, Nedlands Western Australia 6009
Enquiries: Trevor Perree 0416 968 994

26th September
— Merriwa Acoustic Music Club (monthly, 4th Tuesday)
We are meeting again on Tuesday night, as that is our monthly night for music. It should be a cold dark night (according to the weather forecast) with lots of warm light-hearted music to exhilarate the ears (according to past experience). I’m hoping we have a good turnout and looking forward to seeing you each and all.
Merriwa Acoustic Music Club (MAMC) is held every 4th Tuesday of each month at Jenolan Way Community Centre in Merriwa (very near the end of the highway north with lots of safe parking). MAMC has a simple ‘sing around’ format with each participant getting to preform two songs (or whatever it is you do… poem, dance, etc.) each cycle through the group. Everyone from complete beginners to accomplished performers are welcome. All types of instruments are also welcomed as is almost any style of music (bluegrass, folk, pop, rock, and more). We additionally have a featured club member lead the group in trying out and learning a new song together each month. MAMC has a purpose for fun, learning, encouragement, and in it’s small way – community service. If you would like to know more write: Oakyfolky@msn.com.

Friday, 29th September
— Folk and Shanty Club. (Monthly, last Friday)
Albany King River Hall 7pm-10pm
“The Albany Folk & Shanty Club” is hosted by “The Shantylillies” on the last Friday of each month. Open mic night where you are invited to sing shanties, folk, traditional, recite poetry, play some tunes…and everything in between. Admission is $5/person, $10 per family, to help pay for the hire of the hall. BYO drinks and nibbles. Free hot drinks available. Family friendly

Saturday 30 September 2023
— Factory Concert – We Mavericks.
We are delighted to announce that Lindsay Martin has offered to perform for Little Folk when he visits WA in September, along with Victoria Vigenser from New Zealand.
Together they form We Mavericks who have been playing up a storm all over the Eastern States, Tasmania and New Zealand. Lindsay has played for us before, at Folk in the Forest with Enda Kenny but it will be Victoria’s first time to entertain us. Contemporary folk, alt-country and acoustic pop are some of the words used to describe this dynamic duo’s talents, but seeing and hearing them live is the only way to go. So book your tickets now! Tickets; $30.00 https://www.littlefolkinc.com (no door sales)
Venue: The Big Picture Factory, 119 Campbell Street, Rivervale WA
Doors open: 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start. Tea, coffee and a light supper will be provided during the break, but remember, BYOG.
We have recently changed from Friday to Saturday for our Factory Concerts to ease the burden on the ever-generous Peter Stone to change from factory owner to concert-venue provider and back again for regular business on Monday morning.

September 29 – October 1 2023
— Albany International Folk ‘n’ Shanty Festival.
Ahoy! The highly anticipated Albany International Folk ‘n’ Shanty Festival is just around the corner. You can now browse the full line-up of awesome folk ‘n’ shanty artists here!
As always, the majority of the festival is un-ticketed, however this year we have introduced FOUR very special ticketed concerts at Albany Town Hall! Tickets are already selling fast for these concerts, act quick if you don’t want to miss out.
From fireside folk sessions and concerts, to full blown pub shanty singing, from tales of pirates, whales and shipwrecks; the Albany International Folk ‘n’ Shanty Festival turns historic Albany/Kinjarling into a playground of maritime culture. Set on the shores of the majestic waters of Mamang Koort (Heart of the Whale), join us for a festival that celebrates the heart and soul of place.
Please direct ALL ENQUIRIES to info@albanyfolknshantyfest.com web info: https://albanyfolknshantyfest.com/

Friday 6th October
— Hills Folk Club.(1st Friday)
We will emerge from the winter weather on Friday 6th October in time for our AGM, which is an act by itself.
Door entry fee will remain at $10 so don’t miss this fabulous opportunity in a great acoustic venue.
Hills Folk Club is held at Falls Farm Cottage on Neil Tonkin Park, Cagney Way, Lesmurdie at 8pm. Entry $10. Free tea, coffee, milo & biscuits provided at interval.
Contact Pauline Tonkin 92916026 paulinekevin@bigpond.com or Peter ‘Murph’ Murphy at murf2murf4@gmail.com

— WA Bush Poets & Yarnspinners Monthly Muster.
7 pm, TBC
The Auditorium, Swan Care Bentley Park, 26 Plantation Drive, Bentley WA
Contact: Pete Nettleton 0407770053 stinger@iinet.net.au

Friday 6 Oct – Sunday 8 Oct 2023
— Strings Attached: The West Australian Guitar Festival.
Strings Attached: The West Australian Guitar Festival is back for its fourth year with a huge program of live performances, workshops, masterclasses and Q&A’s from artists, plus exhibitions and more for guitar players, makers and enthusiasts to enjoy!
Starting Friday Oct 6 through to Sunday Oct 8, you can find tickets here: https://www.waguitarfestival.com.au/tickets
Contact for info & bookings: Kali Norman
Email: marketing@stringsattachedfestival.com.au | Web: https://www.waguitarfestival.com.au/

— Nanga Music Festival.
As a small festival with only one stage our challenge is to curate a diverse, high quality program so that our audience experience a world of music without moving from their seats. We hope to bring them music they might not have sought out but will be thrilled to have experienced. We also hope to bring an act or two that have never been seen before in WA.
The Good Behaviours are a newly created, high quality instrumental group with a banjo heart. Subsequent to their selection for Nanga they also happen to have the newly appointed joint Artistic Directors of the National Folk Festival in the band. Nanga will be their first appearance in WA.
Also new to WA, Great Aunt have a unique sound which is a little bit Americana but 100% original. Sparse instrumentation with body percussion and clever clapping rhythms are featured in several of their songs. I think their rhythm workshop is going to get a lot of attention over the weekend.
Michael Waugh has been to WA a few times now. I think he is a remarkable songwriter and performer with a great gift for reaching deep into the emotional core of a story and having the courage to inhabit it. We’ve asked Michael to do something a bit different for us. In our “Special Event” spot on Saturday afternoon we’ve asked Michael to take us on his personal journey, from his vivid but sometimes challenging rural childhood through his wins and losses of adult life and on to his most recent, profound reconciliation with himself, told through his inimitable songs and anecdotes. I think this will be a memorable experience for the Nanga audience. Michael will be supported by Riley Catherall.
Nanga was the first festival in Australia to see Victoria Vigenser when she escaped New Zealand in 2018 and what a revelation she was. Since then her musical partnership with Lindsay Martin has flourished and We Mavericks have developed their songwriting and harmonies beautifully. I’m looking forward to our audience having the opportunity to appreciate how far they’ve come since they were first here.
Jane Cornes, apart from being a driving force in the success of the Nanga Festival in her ten year role as Artistic Director, is a wonderfully accomplished lyricist and singer. Her partnership with Neil Steward (no stranger to Nanga with his 4 years as President) has enhanced their musical offering with accomplished guitar and complex chord structures. They’ve been living in Queensland for several years now and we’re so happy to welcome them back to share their new music with us.
Formidable Vegetable are always a delight and are enjoying a rich vein of form right now. We’re looking forward to some high energy inspiration to save the planet and live our most aware lives while kicking the chairs back on Saturday night.
We’ve got some exciting local bands that are new to the Nanga stage and promise an exotic range of musical styles. Lemon Myrtle have been out of circulation for a few years in deepest, darkest Tasmania. I’ve been hunting Hannah since I caught her set at Fairbridge and was blown away by her offbeat, wry humour and buoyant stage presence. If her songs are anything to go by, her mind is a fascinating place to be!
Michael Day has a great folk-style songwriting sensibility and a pretty impressive band to back it up. Still early in their musical journey they will give Nanga a fresh brand of acoustic music to show us where folk is going in the hands of a new generation.
From there to a cappella renditions of songs from around the world in tight, four-part harmony we have the Ebb Tide Men to show us what the human voice, and many hundreds of hours of rehearsal, can get you. These very experienced singers have only been together for a couple of years and are going from strength to strength. There’ll be a workshop opportunity with them too.
We love that Bernard Carney continues to support our little festival. One of the finest songwriters our state can lay claim to and the most generous musical spirit, any performance of Bernard’s is a treat. He’ll let us cut loose at a singalong, for those so inclined, on Saturday evening before sharing a few of his glittering jewels of songs with us on Sunday evening.
Lastly, but by no means leastly, we have Sari Bennett, our spoken work performer for this year. She’s passionate about getting people in touch with their own voice and using it to share their insights and stories. There’ll be opportunities to see her in action and to workshop with her using her well established techniques to enhance your skills in crafting the spoken word. There’ll be an open mic session for aspiring poets and declaimers of all kinds on Sunday afternoon.
We still have our three Emerging local artists to announce along with our new crop of Youth Scholarship winners and our returning scholarship recipients from last year so there will be a feast of talent crossing our one and only stage.
We’re very excited about the group of artists that are joining us this year and our loyal audience seem to be excited too with 80% of tickets sold before we even mentioned who was coming. There’s been another surge since then so if you want to be part of an intimate music community in the forest for the weekend of 6-8 October get on to Trybooking without delay. As of Monday 31 July there are less than 20 tickets remaining!
Camping is changing this year. As more people have acquired bigger caravans and camper trailers, we have reluctantly concluded that these towed vehicles are no longer sustainable on a site not set up for them. There is not nearly enough space – let alone level space. Competition for the few spaces is fierce, and the extra wear and tear on the venue from our weekend is straining our relationship with the Nanga Bush Camp (NBC). The good news is that the Nanga Brook Campground, which lies within the Lane Poole Reserve National Park, is only 5 km away. You also have the option of the Dwellingup Caravan Park if you’d prefer smarter amenities.
If you have any questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you: info@nangamusic.org.au Now it’s back to getting your festival organised—you’ll hear from us again in early July. In the meantime, we will post this information on the website (nangamusic.org.au).

Sunday 8th October
The Duke of George located 135 George Street, East Fremantle. Doors open at 5:00pm for a 6:00pm concert start.
Made Mawut is a blues musician from Bali, Indonesia. He began his solo career in 2005. He’s born and bred in Denpasar.
His blues style is reminiscent of cotton-picking in the colonial era of slavery and on into the 20s and 30s in the USA. In Made’s opinion, blues music was born as a way to break the chains of slavery. It is this spirit of resistance that he brings to his music.

VIDEOS: Arak Steady Blues: https://youtu.be/zcMR3t90FlA | Tabir Kelam: https://youtu.be/oVd9Gs-II8U | Durhaka Selamanya: https://youtu.be/ILlihlqN2nY You need to book tickets via Moshtix: https://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/made-mawut-bagus-bali-blues/156082?ref=RSS_rss_dukeofgeorge&skin=dukegeorgewa18

–Matilda’s music .(2nd and 4th Sunday)
Matilda’s music, formerly run out of Claremont Recreation Club, is now held at Hollywood Subiaco Bowling Club. It is a great venue and Matilda’s has been warmly welcomed by the Hollywood Subiaco committee. Matilda’s continues to be held on second and fourth Sunday of every month from 3-6pm.
Pay $5 at the door and share the love of making music. It’s an ‘open mike’ session, so if you fancy singing and playing to like-minded musicians, come along and put your name on the board. Or if you just like to see and hear people who love making music, please come along. Everyone is welcome.
Every Wednesday from around 4pm -6pm a group gathers for a very informal ‘jam’ session. Again, everyone is welcome.
Venue address: 42 Smyth Road, Nedlands Western Australia 6009
Enquiries: Trevor Perree 0416 968 994

Friday 13th October
— Wanneroo Folk Club (2nd Friday Monthly)
The Come-All-Ye format Seems to be quite popular so we will continue to bring a surprise selection of artists for the next few months. As normal 3 songs which may be inreasd or decreased dependant on the number of acts. A little less formal than regular nights. Performers need to put their name on the list in the spot they prefer, first come first served so to speak so if you want a preferred spot get in early. It is an acoustic night with NO PA or amplification so things move along quickly. 8-10 acts and we have no idea who will front up but generally it is entertaining and fun. August was a bumber night with 13 performers so if you want to be on please be early. We don’t pre-book unless there are extremely good reasons for it.
January 12th 2024 will be an exception, we have Steve Turner performing for us. Steve is of the Traditional folk style and plays Concertina, mandolin and Tenor Banjo. He has a new CD which will be available on the night. Doors open 7pm for a 7:30pm start.
Admission: Come-all-Ye nights $8 ($5 WAFF Members) Card facilities will be available.
Dorchester Hall, cnr Dugdale and Dorchester St, Warwick
If you want to play at Wanneroo Folk Club Email: Rob Oats
Web: www.wafolk.org.au

Sunday 15th October
— Greenbushes Acoustic. (3rd Sunday)
Greenbushes Acoustic has been operating since September 2020. We aim to bring more live acoustic music to Greenbushes in Western Australia.
This is a free acoustic music event with open mic opportunities. From October, during the warmer months, the group meets from 2:30-4:30 at Thomson Park in Greenbushes. Ring Lee on 0491 009 134 or Irma on 0466 640 455 for more information.

20th October
— Mundaring Folk n Blues Club.(3rd Friday)
As a general guide, 4 acts are presented in the evening with 2 x 20min breaks. Our bar will be open, offering better than pub prices and a meal will be available to purchase.
Please note: the kitchen staff will prepare a set quantity of meals. The intention is NOT to cater for people arriving late and once sold out, it’s gone.
Acts vary from solo performers to 5 piece ensembles and great care is taken to present a variety of genres falling under the ACOUSTIC folk n’ blues category which is fairly diverse these days, so there is usually something to suit everybody’s taste.
Bar has card payment options.
The cost for entry is $10.
Doors open at 6.45pm Show begins at 7.30pm and will usually finish around 10.30pm.
For more information, please contact mundaringfolknblues@gmail.com

Saturday 28th October, 2023
The Annual General Meeting will be held and all members are invited to attend. There may even be a jam session afterwards. If your intension is to attend please send an email to wafolk@hotmail.com and I will forward the address, (it will not be posted on FB due to the scammers out there). You must be a member to vote at the AGM.

17 – 19 November 2023
— Folk in the Forest .
We’re delighted to advise that ticket sales for this year’s festival will open at 9.00am today Monday 4th September 2023.
We’ve been busy preparing the program and most of the main performers are now confirmed. It’s set to be a cracker. One or two last minute confirmations and then we can let you know what to expect.
For those of you who’ve not been before, it all takes place at Banksia Springs Lodge, Hardenbergia Road, Dwellingup. This wonderful property is owned by Geoff Bell, creator and builder of Nanga Bush Camp. Geoff has very generously made his little piece of heaven available to us since 2006 and donates all the accommodation costs to Little Folk Inc, for children’s cancer research.
Gates will open on Friday 17 November at 3.00pm. The Friday night ceilidh will get the festival off to a rousing start. A short film (maximum one hour) may precede the ceilidh if an appropriate one should be available. In any event, the festival starts at 7.00pm. After the ceilidh the Late Night Session gets under way and continues into the wee small hours.
Saturday morning starts off with Breakfast in the Bush. A busy day follows with workshops/presentations, before and after lunch, a Blackboard concert, a Sundowner and our evening meal. And then it’s time for the Main Concert on the dot of 7.00pm
A late night session of music and song takes us into the wee small hours again!
Sunday is a more relaxed day but we’ll still manage a couple of presentations during the morning before we enjoy The Final Concert, starting at midday.
Accommodation costs are still unchanged after eighteen years.
Weekend tickets are $85 full price and $70 early bird.
In previous years we have sold out within 24 hours of opening.
TO MAKE YOUR BOOKING GO TO https://www.littlefolkinc.com and in the Folk in the Forest page you’ll find the Book Now button.
Online bookings only please, there are no gate sales.
We are looking forward to catching up with many old friends and quite a few new friends also.

Regular Song & Spoken Word Events
(for group details visit:The Club and Dance page)


1st of Month

Hills Folk Club contact: paulinekevin@bigpond.com
Bush Poets & Yarnspinners

2nd of

Wanneroo Folk Music Club contact: johndralph@Hotmail.com
Toodyay Music Club

3rd of

Mundaring Folk’n’Blues

4th of


2nd of

Mid West Folk & Blues Club – 2pm-6pm. 99233707
Unplugged Acoustic Folk and Blues (no plug-ins), 3pm Roleystone Country Club. Mel 9399 8493

3rd of

1pm-4pm Mandurah Bluegrass Club join the Jam Session kayj4u@gmail.com
3pm-5pm Jackadderscarmel@carmelcharlton.com

4th of

Last of

2-5pm Margaret River Music Club – unplugged acoustic music forum.
3-5pm Perth Scottish Fiddlers group, Woodlands Reserve Hall, Teakwood Avenue. (Margaret 9445 1727)


2pm and 5pmYa Ya’s, Northbridge present an Acoustic Open Mic session



Supper Club: Old Bakery Cafe on Eighth, Maylands, a short spoken word performance and a music set over supper.
Lip Service Poetry Group, 22 Kathleen St, Bassendean, Doug Miles 9255 2531 email: dugmiles @hotmail.com



Wax Lyrical, Leederville



Kalamunda Music Sessions/ClassesDavid & Jenny Hoffman tel 9279 4707.
Tunesmiths Cafe Songwriters Club. Legends Bar 6 Hislop Road, Attadale. Makk – email phone-9258 4465 or Mike – email phone – 0413 677 084



Beaufort St Songwriters Club, Defectors Bar (above The Flying Scotsman) $5 entry

1st of month

Wax Lyrical, Rosie O’Grady, South Perth

Regular Dance Events
(for more details about the groups visit:The Club and Dance page)

Perth International Folk Dance Group,East Fremantle Lawn Tennis Club, Jerrat Drive, East Fremantle, Easy Dance, Mondays 12:30 pm, Jenny 9381 5235
Tartan Dancers, 1.30 pm. Dawn Cromb 0414 859 393
Tartan Dancers, 7.45 pm. Dawn Cromb 0414 859 393

Mad Tatters Morris, 7.00-9.00 pm Guildford Town Hall, Guildford. (Please ring first),
9279 8778, email: madtattersmorris@iinet.id.au
Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 7.15 – 9.15p.m. www.horashalom.org.au

Marlee Morris 7–9 PM (1st and 3rd of the Month)
Contact Steven Mansfield 0400 731 049 email: marleemorris@morris.org.au
Rose and Wattle English Country Dancers: 2nd and 4th Wednesday 7 – 9pm
reefm@iinet.net.au Karen 0439 844 024 https://www.facebook.com.roseandwattle

Kalamunda SCDC: 7.30 pm at Jack Healey Centre. Bill Head 0417 963 058
Rockingham SCDC: 7.30 pm Gale Tamplin 9593 5738
St Stephens SCDC: 7.30 pm Carol Phillips 0408 629 571
Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 10am – 12noon www.horashalom.org.au

Perth International Folk Dance Group, Glen Forrest Hall, cnr Statham St and Marnie Rd, Glen Forrest, Regular Dance 9.30-11am

Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 10am – 12noon
Partner classes fortnightly on Saturdays, 12.45 – 2.15pm www.horashalom.org.au
Perth International Folk Dance Group, Dalkeith Hall, 99 Waratah Dalkeith, 1:45pm easy dance, 2:45 regular dance at Jenny 9381 5235
Royal Scottish Country Dance Soc: Monthly “Hop” 1st Sat monthly
Grand Bal de Chidlow on the second Saturday of every second month 5pm

Marlee Morris 9am-noon (3rd & 4th of the Month)
Contact Steven Mansfield 0400 731 049 email: marleemorris@morris.org.au
Fair Maids of Perth North-West Morris dancing.
Meet fortnightly 1.30 to 3.30pm on 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. Seaward Guide Hall, 121 Monash Ave, Nedlands
Email: fantasia66@hotmail.com Phone No: 9228 4962 Web: http://fairmaidsofperth.dance
Irish Set Dancing: Last Sunday monthly, 6 pm Ken and Connie 9274 5170

Folk On Radio and TV


2:20pm & 11:20pm

The Planet

Radio National

810 am

Sat & Sun

10 pm

The Weekend Planet

Radio National

810 am


9-11 pm

Folking Around

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm


1 – 3pm

Celtic Music Show

6CRA Albany

100.9 fm

9-11 pm

Roots & Branches

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm



Folk n Stuff

KCR fm

102.5 fm


Beneath the Southern Cross

KCR fm

102.5 fm


Acoustic Cafe


92.1 fm


12 – 2 pm

The Friday Folk Fest

Hope FM

103.9 fm

12:30-1 pm

The Scottish Half Hour

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm


5-8 am

Telling Tales (fortnightly)

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm

6-9 am

Irish Beakfast

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm

11am-1 pm

Global Rhythm Pot


92.1 fm

12-2 pm

Only Folking

Heritage FM

107.3 fm

5-6 pm

You Don’t Have To Be Irish

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm


Music Deli

ABC National

810 am


7 – 8:30pm

Heritage Ireland




Postal Address:
PO Box 328

EMAIL: wafolk@hotmail.com

WEBSITE: www.wafolk.org.au

ABN: 23 052 531 632