The RED COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL is an annual event celebrating country music, local artists and community spirit, based in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Festival founder Bradley Hall is a passionate country musician and a Nyiyaparli man who wanted to share the love of country music with the Pilbara community.
In 2014, he created a Pilbara based music festival from which the festival took on a new look in 2018. Since it’s beginning, Red Country Music Festival has hosted national award-winning artists including The Black Sorrows, Golden Guitar winner Amber Lawrence, country music legend Troy Cassar-Daly and Danny Phegan amongst a raft of talented local and Pilbara based artists.
Red Country Music Festival, and the incredible community contribution it makes, would not be possible without the support of the Port Hedland community and the festivals’ sponsors and partners.
In particular, the partnership with the Nyiyaparli Group, a First Nations organisation breaking new ground in collaborative creative partnerships in Western Australia, as well as the support of world-class integrated iron ore mining, rail and port operation Roy Hill. Red Country Music Festival would also like to recognise Santos and Pilbara locals Goodline, Gumala Aboriginal Corporation, Port Hedland International Airport, The Walkabout Hotel, Gumala Enterprises and Nyiyaparli owned Karlka Developments.