The Sydney Folk Festival is excited to announce Sydney Folk Festival @HOME 2020.

You can’t come to us but we can come to you. SFF@HOME is zooming into your homes for three days 14/15/16 August with a series of bespoke online folk concerts and events.  You’re invited to join us and create your own festival atmosphere at home while you enjoy some special entertainment and activities.

Tickets for online access to individual events are now available at a nominal per person cost with ALL proceeds from each concert going to the artists. We know many of you won’t be watching alone at home so, in the spirit of supporting our performers, we ask you to consider the number of people in your group when securing your tickets.

What to Expect

  • SFF@HOME 14/15/16 August
  • Four bespoke concerts
  • Five interactive sessions
  • Ticketed access to individual events
  • 18 Artists / Presenters
  • Streamed into your home via Zoom
  • An opportunity to connect with our folk community

While we have been deprived of live concerts in the last few months, we’ve been given an opportunity for everyone to take a huge technological leap and enjoy concerts streamed onto our computers. By now, many of you will be relatively comfortable with platforms like Zoom and Webinar – but, even if you have no experience, we will be giving you guidelines that will make your SFF@HOME experience as stress free as possible.

We look forward to joining with you to celebrate Folk in the comfort of your own home and in supporting some of our performers.

The Sydney Folk Festival is organised by the Folk Federation of NSW – supporting folk music in NSW and beyond.

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