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There's A Lineup Of Local Talent On A Yarramalong Music Festival This Weekend!

Saturday, April 14th - 6pm-10pm

There's A Lineup Of Local Talent On A Yarramalong Music Festival This Weekend!

Join us for a great evening of live music at the inaugural Valley Folk music Festival!

Featuring two of the Central Coast's favourite acts, in Toby Wells and The Little Quirks Band, plus rising star, Hannah Scarr.

Celebrating both heritage and great live music with a tip of the hat to the grand opening of Yarramalong School of Arts Hall over a century ago, with vintage decor, antique lamps and a decoration of palms and ferns adorning the historic hall with all the charm of 1904.

Food and refreshments will be available to purchase on the night or byo, so gather your friends and save the date, Saturday the 14th of April from 6pm till late!

Introducing the inaugural Valley Folk lineup

Hannah Scarr

A talented young singer/guitarist, Hannah Scarr's vocals remind us of the wonderful Sarah Blasko, warm and uplifting with a caramel smooth tone, which had people crossing the street to hear her sing when we first saw Hannah performing live last year. At just 16 years of age Hannah has a bright future ahead of her, and we are delighted to have Hannah Scarr opening the night at our inaugural Valley Folk music event.

Toby Wells


Having won a bag of awards, including the Home Grown Acoustic Awards and Today's Country brand new star award, Toby Wells is undoubtedly one of the Central Coast's finest talents, which has seen him booked to perform amongst an international lineup at the Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Festival (Qld) and support acts such as Thirsty Merc, The Radiators and PJ O'Brien band to name a few. Toby's amazing guitar skills and impressive vocals have earned him a loyal following and drawn comparisons to artists such as Diesel and Bon Jovi in acoustic mode.

Little Quirks Band

The folk trio from Narara Have had a huge year, performing at the Lighthouse Folk festival, Mountain Sounds and Grow Your Own festivals to name a few on the back of releasing their brand new EP, Suzie knows, with their single "Run Away". 

Driven by Jaymi Toole’s mandolin and she and sister Abbey’s soulful vocals, Little Quirks’ laid-back sound has made them popular features at the Coast’s beachside markets and local live music venues alike.

Tickets to Valley Folk are on sale now!

Adults: $20

Youth (12-16yrs): $10

Children under 12yrs accompanied by a paying adult, free.

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What: Valley Folk Festival

When: Saturday, 14th April - 6pm-10pm

Where: Yarramalong School of Arts Hall

Valley Folk is a not for profit community music event, with all proceeds, after costs, going towards the upkeep of the Yarramalong School of Arts Hall.

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