Gilmore’s Hall was built in 1927 (94 Years old) on land donated by Mr Campbell who used to own a large farming area in the Gilmore Valley. He donated the land to the community for a place to gather and celebrate. Gilmore sits in a picturesque valley, with a creek that flows water from the Snowy Mountains and farms that graze cattle, sheep, pasture, olives, garlic and bees, a real smorgasbord for the senses. The Gilmore Hall overlooks dairy country and rolling hills with a view at sunset to calm the soul. The rusty tin hall, has had a facelift with a new roof and new walls & new floors to dance the night away, but the bucket that used to catch the rain from the leaky roof still sits in the rafters as a reminder of days gone past. The rafters are still strong and reflect the original character of the hall. If they could talk, oh the stories they could tell from many dances back in the day.
Gilmore Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Wiradjuri people.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Gilmore on Sunday, 18 April 2021 with Bobby Alu and This Way North.
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start
Tickets available online here
Please, no parking in front of Fire Shed
Gilmore Hall has a disability toilet and access.
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.