Bookings OWING TO COVID-19 THE FESTIVAL WILL NOT RUN IN 2020. THE INFORMATION BELOW REFERS TO OUR LAST FESTIVAL, HELD IN OCTOBER 2019 To automatically go in the running to win a major prize at the festival, book your tickets online To encourage people to book, all prepaid tickets will automatically be assigned a ticket (or tickets if the booking is for more than one) in our "prepaid ticket competition" to win a set of Mike Duggan's bongo-cajons. Seeing how popular Mike's drums are, for this festival we have asked Mike to make two sets and the second set will be offered as the main prize in the festival raffle. Pictured on the artists page is a set typical of the prizes, although as Mike notes, all his drums are different. These wonderful prizes will definitely be drawn on Sunday (October 13) at 2pm, but you don't need to be in attendance to win. There will also be a "fast" entry queue at the gate for prepaid tickets, so if you arrive at a popular time your wait will be reduced. People are encouraged to set up camp and stay the Saturday night. There will be a charge of:
Adult: $35 for the weekend, $25 for Saturday (no camping) or $15 for Sunday
Concession: $20 for the weekend, $18 for Saturday (no camping) and $10 for Sunday
Family tix (for up to 2 adults and 2 children over 12) are $70 for the weekend, $50 for Saturday (no camping) or $35 for Sunday .
Children 12 and under are free. There is a different coloured wrist band for each of the above 8 variations. Tickets at the gate incur a $2 surcharge (except on Sunday). There is no extra charge for camping and there will be a bar and a coffee van and lots of lovely home-cooked food available, including a dinner special Saturday night and a cooked brunch Sunday morning. For this festival there will be more food vans as well!Caravanners and trailers are welcome. Saturday night is included in your ticket and you can stay until 4pm Sunday. If you'd like to camp the Thursday and Friday night or Sunday as well as the Saturday, it is an extra $12 a night. Please come and see us when you arrive to arrange payment.
If you're looking for local accommodation for the weekend - and why not, Eudlo is a lovely place to visit, check out our Prepare page. If you'd like to be involved as a volunteer that's great. We ask only a few hours assistance - the time asked depends on the job you will do, but in most cases it is around 3 to 4 hours for a free ticket to the festival. Spots can be booked for the Open Mics by contacting us. In the past we have had people book a spot, and then not turn up to play, so please book your ticket online, then email us the receipt along with your preferred day for your open mic spot. Based on the demand for these spots you will only be able to perform a maximum of 2 songs. (In rare cases you might be able to play 3 songs, but because of demand for spots, it is unlikely.) Except for the first act at an Open Mic set, there is very limited set up time, so we prefer solos and duos for these Open Mics. Open Mic sessions are held throughout the weekend.At this stage on Saturday from 12 – 1pm and 9.30 – 10.45pm and Sunday 10.15 - 10.55am There will be a studio recording prize at the Sound Space in Peachester for an original artist who performs at the Eudlo Songwriters concerts. Winners of the April 2019 prizes were Mira and Nathan Wheeler. Along with the Open Mics there will be some programmed Unplugged Jams at the Pony Shed on Saturday from 4.40 – 5.30pm and Sunday from 9.15 - 10am and 12.50 - 2pm. There is also an un plugged jam at the fire on saturday night from 11pm - late. You don't need to book for these. They can be a lot of fun but are a shared event and all participants are encouraged to join in. If you are not sure what that means have a look at our CAMPFIRE MUSIC ETIQUETTE on the Prepare page.