Program

SydFolkFest22 has two main Festival hubs in Surry Hills not far from Central Station and within 700m walking distance of each other.

The main hub is the NSW Teachers’ Federation Conference Centre, 37 Reservoir St where you’ll find two concert venues, a workshop/session space and a themed concert and presentation area.

The second hub is the Gaelic Club, 1/64 Devonshire St which will host a range of concerts throughout the weekend.

Our Program Grid for both venues is below. Venues at the NSW Teachers’ Federation Conference Centre are shown in blue. The Gaelic Club is in green.

Patrons Please Note: Disability Access – The Teachers’ Federation is a wheelchair accessible venue with a wheelchair accessible toilet. The Gaelic Club has a small number of stairs and then a lift and is not easily wheelchair accessible.  Please contact us if you need more details or would like to discuss this.

Print Friendly Program Grid: Please scroll to the bottom of the page to access this.

VIEW THEMED PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS AND SESSIONS HERE

SydFolkFest22 reserves the right to add, withdraw and/or substitute artists or change the scheduled program times as circumstances deem necessary.

SydFolkFest22 reserves the right to add, withdraw and/or substitute artists or change the scheduled program times as circumstances deem necessary.

SydFolkFest22 reserves the right to add, withdraw and/or substitute artists or change the scheduled program times as circumstances deem necessary.

Here’s your print friendly Program Grid.

Please note before printing off your Program Grid: SydFolkFest22 reserves the right to add, withdraw and/or substitute artists or change the scheduled program times as circumstances deem necessary.

There are two versions. One in colour showing Teachers’ Federation Conference Center venues in blue and Gaelic Club in green. The second version is in black and white should you wish to save on printer ink.

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