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Tilba Easter Festival Sat April 20th



Easter Saturday will see the main street of Central Tilba given over to the 2019 Tilba Easter Festival with street performers, hilarious street games, a great variety of market stalls, delicious food and more.

The two halls in the middle of town fill with demonstrations, performers and shows.

Behind the halls you will find a dedicated ‘Kids Zone’ run by the Tilba School P&C.

The Festival offers all day family entertainment spread over three stages offering a huge variety of music from jazz to folk, world music and the blues. with The Guluga stage dedicated to the regions amazing musical talent. The Street Fair with roving entertainers and market stalls runs from 9am to 4 pm with the Music Stages from 10am to 4pm and Kids Zone from 9am to 4pm

Book Tickets Online

If you are coming to the Tilba Festival please consider paying on line. The greatest benefit is that you will have your ticket with you and you can use the fast access queue. At the last festival there was a lot of queuing at the gate in peak times.

In 2019 you can skip all the queuing and just show your ticket for scanning at the gate. Proceeds from the fees pays for things like insurance, infrastructure and entertainment. Any excess is either re-invested into updating infrastructure and/or donated to local charities. The Tilba Easter Festival is proud to be a volunteer non-profit community project.



For More information visit the Festival website HERE





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