Cobargo Folk Festival announce: "As a result of getting totally smashed by the New Year's Eve bushfires (and beyond) we can't run to a full three-day festival this year but we are organising some smaller events throughout the year, with any profits going to the Cobargo Community Bushfire Recovery Fund. "Here's the first of them on Saturday 29th February featuring three of the international bands that were booked for the 2020 festival, The Jellyman's Daughter, Eleanor McEvoy and Startijenn. "The Cobargo Showground is still being used as a relief centre so this concert will be held at the Four Winds, Barragga Bay just outside Bermagui - with grateful thanks to David and all at Four Winds. "Tickets for this afternoon of music are extremely limited -- not even 200 -- so get in early. Come and make a weekend of it and help out the Far South Coast!" Tickets are available HERE
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