The historic village of Dalgety, on the banks of the Snowy River, is the only town left on the Snowy River in NSW. After the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme was built in the 1950’s, the old towns of Jindabyne and Adaminaby were flooded.
In 1902 Dalgety was gazetted as the site for the National Capital. Although there was much debate, it was finally thought to too close to Victoria so missed out to Canberra. Dalgety is a proud town and is renowned for hosting friendly and successful events including the Dalgety Show on the first Sunday in March.
Festival of Small Halls Dalgety will be supported by Kesha Névé. Kesha’s power packed, yet soulful voice is immediately evident when witnessing her intimate solo performances. A mix of soul, folk and blues cover songs, transformed by Kesha’s unique vocal translation and groove, are also accompanied by a selection of her own original pieces. Born and raised in the Snowy Mountains, Kesha’s youth and musical interpretation are delightful to the ear and joyful to the soul.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Dalgety on Friday, 3 April 2020 with critically-acclaimed Scottish ensemble The Paul McKenna Band and emerging Australian singer-songwriter Alana Wilkinson.
Tickets available online here or locally at Iona Gardens and Cafe, Dalgety.
Doors Open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start
Proudly presented by the Dalgety Chamber of Commerce.