Manjimup Music Weekend

by | 3 Sep, 2021 | 1 comment

Manjimup Festival

Manjimup Bluegrass and Old Time Music Weekend 23rd to 27th September 2021.

Bluegrass Parkway and Jeremy Marcotte have a great weekend of workshops and performances lined up for the weekend.

Join the circle Friday night and get your weekend off on the right note, then Saturday morning Bluegrass Parkway will get you singing your heart out and teach you a couple of tunes to sing at the Gospel SingOut Sunday morning at St Martins Church.

Bluegrass Parkway

Saturday, Sunday and again on Monday morning, Bluegrass Parkway will run bluegrass workshops at the Wellness Centre. Tasmanian musician Jeremy Marcotte will be running OldTime instrument workshops and jams at the RoundHouse throughout Saturday and Sunday.

Weekend ticket holders will be able to select up to 5 of these great workshops.

On Saturday evening there will be a feature concert with Bluegrass Parkway, opening with a set from Jeremy Marcotte. bring your family and friends to the all singing Gospel SingOut on Sunday morning and make sure you don’t mis the Blackboard Concert on Sunday evening at Tall Timbers Brewery.

Performance Opportunity
Have you got a favourite gospel song you’d like to lead at the Gospel SingOut or been working on a couple of items you’d like to perform at the Sunday Blackboard Concert?  Here’s the link to put your name down.

Jam Sessions
Don’t miss the Welcome Jam at the Brewery Friday evening. Come and meet your tutors, the five band members from Bluegrass Parkway and Jeremy Marcotte who is flying over from Tasmania for the weekend. These professional musicians will be joining the circle 7-9pm. Tall Timbers Brewery in Giblett Street is the designated jam space for the weekend with lots of space for several circles. They’ll be staying open till midnight if required.

1 Comment

  1. James Taylor

    Everyone in the top photo is going to be there again (covid willing). The Manjimup events are always fabulous, and I haven’t missed one in years

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