Eudlo Hall sits fair and square in the centre of Eudlo village (pop. approx 1,000), on the train line to Cairns. A tiny town, but one with a big heart in the lush Sunshine Coast hinterland, home to Gubbi Gubbi legends of eels a plenty when the silky oaks are flowering. Eudlo has barley been touched by intensive development, jostling with the school, traditional general store still sporting petrol pump, classic post office, old butcher shop converted to cafe, and the tennis courts.
We’ve got a great history of hosting Festival of Small Halls, and this year, we want to introduce you to our festival grounds: Wominjeka Park. The park was named years ago by well-meaning locals, probably because in the Woiwurrung language of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of Melbourne, it means “Hello/Welcome”. We’re saying, “Welcome”, come join us at our lovely outdoor venue one kilometre from the Hall, for the finale of the Festival!
Eudlo Hall management committee is ready to welcome the you to celebrate with us the Festival of Small Halls for the 5th time.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Wominjeka Park, Eudlo on the 29th November with women in docs and Karl S. Williams.
Festival of Small Halls Eudlo will be supported by Palomino.
“Palomino mix together undercurrents of Americana, blues and dark Western inside a familial talent pool. Their handle on traditional songwriting emerges like a hefty dose of moonshine and sarcastic melancholy…”
The past eight years have been spent travelling and performing across Australia, Finland and Belgium, as two of the founding members of iconic ‘A Band Called Twang.’
The regional Australian #1 drive time hit single offered a taste of the tongue in cheek smarts the Fargos deliver. Moving from the main stage to the stripped down seedling roots of a good life ever after, they head back to the beginnings of where it all began… Strings, skins and vocals…
Doors open 3.30pm for a 4pm start.
Tickets available online here
Eudlo Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Gubbi Gubbi people. The name ‘Eudlo’ comes from the local term for ‘freshwater eel’.
Please note, this event is operating in accordance with the Queensland Government COVID Safe Event Checklist. Numbers will be strictly limited.
You must not attend the event if you have COVID-19 symptoms – if you become unwell after purchasing a ticket please be reassured it can be refunded in full if you need to go and get tested. If you have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath or fell unwell, please protect your community and stay home.
It is a condition of entry that physical distancing be observed.
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