Woodstock, 24 January 2020


The Central West N.S.W. village of Woodstock has a population of 200 with a further 500 people living in the rich farming district surrounds. Our Woodstock Soldiers Memorial Hall was built in 1924 and is the venue for our Festival. We aim to showcase our Hall & village as well as the farming community’s produce, with
*    the Woodstock Hotel providing a bar featuring beers & local wines,
*    the Woodstock Show committee volunteers providing a very tasty evening meal featuring local produce and vegetables, and
*    the Hall committee volunteers catering for a real country supper, tea & coffee.

Disabled access is available at the rear of the Hall.

Festival of Small Halls will roll into Woodstock on Friday , 24th January 2020 with Siobhan Miller (SCO) and Jack Carty (AUS).


Festival of Small Halls Woodstock will be supported by Lusi Austen. Lusi is a singer – songwriter located in the beautiful Central West of New South Wales, Australia.
Lusi grew up in a home in which music took centre-stage. ​Lusi enjoys entertaining local crowds in a variety of settings: from wine bars to pubs and clubs, at weddings, to corporate events and intimate house parties. Her eclectic mix of songs coupled with her willingness to read a room makes for an enjoyable evening for patrons, venue owners and event organisers.​
Lusi has sung live on ABC Central West radio, has been promoted on Triple M Central West radio and will be the local featured artist in for the Festival of Small Hall’s Tour when it reaches Woodstock NSW in Jan 2020. As a song writer, Lusi believes in the power and beauty of the relationship that melodies and poignant lyrics can have. Her first solo EP is set for release early 2020.

Tickets available online here.
Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start.

Woodstock Memorial Hall is located at Rankin St, Woodstock, NSW, 2793.

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