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Blind Boys Of Alabama photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Blind Boys of Alabama and Patty Griffin to play Port Fairy Folk Festival

by Paul Cashmere on August 26, 2019

in News

The Blind Boys of Alabama, John McCutcheon, Patty Griffin, YolanDa Brown, Eleanor McEvoy, C.W. Stoneking and The Maes are the first acts announced for the Port Fairy Folk Festival in March 2020.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival is heading into its 44th event. Tickets to the Port Fairy Folk Festival are available to subscribers from 12:01am on Monday 2 September. To subscribe and receive early access to tickets, sign up for free at www.portfairyfolkfestival.com.au

The 44th Port Fairy Folk Festival takes place from 6-9 March 2020 in Port Fairy, Victoria.

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