Woodfordia to come to life for 33rd year
AUSTRALIA’S 67th largest town will start to take shape this week when construction begins on Woodfordia, the 500 acre site that Woodford Folk Festival calls home each year.
The self-contained pop-up village will welcome more than 2000 artists, performers and presenters; 8000 campers; and about 125,000 people for the 33rd annual festival from December 27 to January 1.
When complete, there will be 25 stages, 200 shops, 60 cafes and food vendors, 14 bars, chill-out areas, a creche, general stores, medical facilities well as state-of-the-art water and wastewater treatment systems, recycling stations and compost facilities.
This year the site features more infrastructure innovation than ever before including new sealed roads throughout the season campsite, ensuring a dust-free experience and new camping options including glamping teepees and dome tents.
Grab your tickets at woodfordfolkfestival.com/tickets.
MUSICAL SHOWCASE: Olivia Bell enjoys the vibe at Woodford Folk Festival.