The ‘Red Country Music Festival’ is on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July 2018 at the Civic Centre Gardens, Port Hedland.
Held during NAIDOC Week, the festival is a family friendly event that brings the local community together for a weekend of great music and talented Indigenous and Non-Indigenous artists.
The festival has been created by Bradley Hall, a local Nyiyaparli man and established musician, who has a vision to bring live music back to the Pilbara. “This event is really about bringing the local Pilbara community together to enjoy awesome music from some of Australia’s best and also giving local artists a platform to showcase their talents. Be it in art, music and/or culture.”
The festival is headlined by legendary band The Black Sorrows and three times Golden Guitar Winner (2018), Amber Lawrence, as well as renowned artist, Phillip Walley-Stack! Also performing on stage will be the Pilbara’s own, Bradley Hall Band, and dynamic hip-hop artists DownSyde. To kick of the event. There will be a “Welcome to Country” performance by Traditional Owners plus Indigenous art and dance workshops, food stalls and local markets.
The ‘Red Country Music Festival’ kicks off at 6pm on Friday 13th July and then continues again from 2pm on Saturday 14 July. So please join us and celebrate everything we love about the Pilbara’s Red Country.
For more information visit www.redcountrymusic.com.au
For promotional material or exclusive interviews with our artists, please contact Christina Geerlings firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0447 290 144.