Dimbulah, 17 November 2019

Rumour on the streets of Dimbulah is there’s something special going down at the hall so, on the 17 November, come one, come all. Whether you’re passing through, live locally or hail from a neighbouring town, join us at the Dimbulah Hall for a night of music, mates and merrymaking.

Festival of Small Halls Dimbulah will be supported by Aurelle Brunjes.

Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start – see you there!

Festival of Small Halls has been lucky enough to be hosted by the good folk of Dimbulah before so, we’re incredibly excited to reconnect with the locals, welcome in some travellers and unite all together under the roof of the Dimbulah Hall. Below is a collection of photos from our shows over the years. Each and every community holds a special place in our hearts.

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Dimbulah Memorial Hall in the glory days of tobacco farming and mining saw many descendants of migrant farmers come together for nights of laughter and dancing at regular social gatherings. This was also the place for the beginning of togetherness for couples. It was the place to be in days gone by.

Food and drinks available in the hall for purchase.

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