SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
One of the best things about Fairbridge Festival is that there truly is something for everyone here. We have a massive lineup of artists and performers, from all corners of the globe to right here in our own back yard. Nestled in the beautiful surrounds of Fairbridge Village, the festival site is divided up into a few precincts, to cater for everyone from 1 year olds up to 100 year olds! Over the three days, there is an abundance of music, dance, free workshops, crafts, market stalls, delicious food, street theatre, comedy, in-conversation, jam sessions and so much more! This year, we have also included an Access and Inclusion Guide, to show you all the things we do to ensure that everyone is welcome and able to attend. Let us show you some of the venues on site that are home to the magic!
Find us east of Clubhouse (museum end) and behind the swimming pool.
PAPER, SCISSORS, ROCK
Located on the centre tennis court, near the old Hoopla district, our freshest venue, Centre Koort is a comfortable, relaxed, open space for young and old alike. Pull up a couch, buy some food and drinks from the Centre Koort Bar and watch a diverse, exciting lineup of music under the gum trees.
Wandju literally means “Welcome” in Noongar language. This new space will be a welcoming place of rest where quietude prevails.
The program offers something for everyone, and sometimes all of that ‘something’ can be a little overwhelming, so we’ve created the Wandju Quiet Space. This is a place where people can retreat to and find some quiet time within the hustle and bustle of the festival. Our vision is that this chill-out space is accessible to anyone with sensory challenges, irrespective of age, although little people will need to attend with their responsible adult.
To maximise your festival experience, we’ve included a few tips and info here.