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Homegrown @ HEART Music Program: Folk

Next event Thursday 22 Jul from 7:30pm to 10pm

By Margaret River HEART
Supporting homegrown talent, homegrown music & creating homegrown opportunities.

In conjunction with Cabin Fever Festival 2021, join us for the second [email protected] Music Program:

Locals Playing FOLK Music




Artists announced soon!

Tickets on sale soon!


The [email protected] Music Program is a unique mix of music, learning and art, where local musicians will perform, artists can collaborate on exhibitions, and free workshops will be delivered to the community across three music genres – world music, folk and classical.

This second program is all about the music genre of folk. Professional musicians will work alongside Augusta Margaret River Shire musicians supporting homegrown talent, homegrown music and creating homegrown opportunities for employment, and skills development.

The first night features a local musician opening our professional touring show, and the second night is all about local performers.  There will also be local musicians performing in the foyer before the show, so be sure to come early.  Doors open one hour prior to each performance.

This region has a strong penchant for music and a strong desire to support locals on the stage.  It’s a great opportunity to celebrate local talent and support creative industries.


Cabin Fever Festival 2021

Cabin Fever is a 10-day winter adventure, laden with unique events for lovers of decadent food, fine local wines and live music – from mystery dinners to cheese and wine pairing battles – every experience is an indulgence for the senses. Tourists and locals will descend on the vineyards, wine bars and other wondrous spots of the beautiful Margaret River region between July 16 and 25, to create their own winter escapade.

This winter, there will be more than 35 unique events from July 16 to 25.



[email protected] is supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DGLSCI) Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP) ‘In the House’ grants program.  The funding enables this new multi-genre [email protected] Music Program to host twelve musical performances across 2021 and 2022 calendar years.

"The program is about the power of music to communicate, no matter what your ability is."

Ben Aldridge, 30 Foot Drop Managing Director