Early Bird Tickets for the Camperdown Robert Burns Scottish Festival offers great discounts for patrons.
The Camperdown Robert Burns Scottish Festival Committee is pleased to announce that the festival Program is nearing completion and promises to be a festival for the community with new elements adding to a number of favourites returning.
The Festival Chairperson, Dr. John Menzies OAM said “the committee is pleased to announce that Early Bird tickets will be available until May 30th and the Early Bird ticket is $80.00 which allows patrons to go to all performances at the designated venues including the two Satellite Events in Darlington on June 19th with live music and the Movie Whisky Galore and at Terang’s Commercial Hotel on Thursday 2nd of July featuring the Sugar Loaf Band: Luke Plumb, Pete Daffy, Maree Daffy, and James Green.
Friday the 3rd, Saturday 4th, and Sunday the 5th Concerts and performances and the Popular Lecture Series are included in the $80.00 Weekend Ticket. There is a separate charge for patrons wanting to attend the Gala Dinner on the Friday Evening at $70.00 per person, booking is essential for the Gala Dinner being held at the Theatre Royal.
In 2021 the popular Festival Workshops are back and the committee is excited to be able to host the workshops again. The workshops will be held from Wednesday 30th June – Friday 2nd July and boast another tutor list second to none; Luke Plumb, Pete Daffy, and Merran Moir to name a few. Instruments covered include voice, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, whistle, and more. We also have our ever-popular “come and try” section including bodhran and pipe band snare drums, Dr. Menzies said, “keep an eye on our website and FB page for more info and registration”.
Dr Menzies said “that our Schools program is also ramping up and we’re very pleased to announce that Brett Clarke, a member of the Kirrae Whurrung Tribe, will be working with the local School Children to teach them a local language song to perform at our Festival Finale Concert to celebrate our shared history and NAIDOC week”
The newly formed virtual group and our International connection with Scotland, New Zealand, Canada and America, will be showcasing our festival to the world via a virtual forum and a reciprocal arrangement is now in place for International virtual acts from Tamfest and other festivals where performers will be included in the Robert Burns Scottish Festival in July. So Camperdown’s RBSF is going Global.
Tickets are available online and also Laffs will be selling tickets for local folk wanting to purchase tickets.
For further information please contact Catherine O’Flynn RBSF Co-ordinator on 0407 056 126