Gallery: Wollombi Music Festival 2015

Newcastle Live made the trip up the beautiful Wollombi Valley for The Wollombi Music Festival last Saturday for what was a Sensational day of live music. Check out our massive gallery of festival images thanks to Swamp house Photography. 

After a week of rain and winter weather, the weather gods turned on a beautiful day for the festival and the Festival had the vibe to match, just laid back and relaxed, in a picturesque setting with sweet melodies and Folk right through to foot stomping power house Rock.

It was a  massive lineup of artists including, Sam & The Bird, Nick Saxon, Queen Porter Stomp, William Crighton, 19-Twenty, Marshall Okell & The Pride, Righteous Voodoo, Knox Fiji and headliners Transvaal Diamond Syndicate.

Wollombi is known for its creative & diverse culture with a rich indigenous history which made the welcome to country both moving and energising.

Now in it’s 6th year, Wollombi Music Festival has become know for its family friendly atmosphere and its dedication to the people who come to enjoy everything the festival has to offer. They really care about the punters.

Congratulations to the organisers, the O’Donohue family who shared their beautiful property with us all and all involved for putting on one hell of a show, just world class guys.


Photos Craig Wilson, Swamp House Photography

Written by Swamphouse

At 16 years old, on a balmy May Friday night way back in 1975. I rolled up to the Forestville Youth Centre (The Forrie Bop) tickets were a couple of dollars and the band on the night included the likes of Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Paul Matters and Phil Rudd, yes ‘ACDC’ all for $2.00, can you believe that.

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