1. Pre-Book your Festival Experience
Fast-track yourself into the Festival venues by pre-booking your tickets.
There are still tickets available for the Sound Shell Saturday and Sunday as well as for the Youth Program – for which bookings are essential because places are limited. Many other events are now sold out.
If you have already purchased your ticket, these can be exchanged for your Festival wristband
- During the week of the Festival from Town Office (in the Community Centre next to the Tourist Information Centre)
- At the Friday evening Community Concert – from the Four Winds stand at the event
- On the door of the Festival site itself.
If you are coming to any of the single ticketed events, like a House Concert or Windsong Pavilion Concert just bring your paper ticket for scanning at the venue.
Don’t forget if you are driving to the site you can guarantee yourself a spot by pre-booing your car parking space on-line. Parking is $10 per day.
2. Travel light and enjoy local food and drink at the Festival
Four Winds is really proud to support local traders at the Festival and we’d love you to support them too by treating yourself to their beautiful food and drink:
Coffee by Beardhawk; Regino; More than just Beans
Oysters by Wapengo Oysters.
Hot food by Spicy Jam (world inspired fabulous fare) and Village Katering for festival favourites.
Sweet and Savoury cold food in the Deli Bar – Honor Bread rolls, salads, cheese, bread, sushi; cookies and cakes and Cobargo Ice Cream.
Fine Wine at the Bar, featuring Rusty Fig.
You can bring your own wine glass, or purchase one of our recyclable wine goblets (we will refund the cost if you return it to us at the end of the day so that we can reuse it!)
You can bring your own picnic, with food and alcohol, to relax on the grass in the sunshine but why not support your local vendors?
3. Use the free bus to access the festival
Getting to the Festival is easy. We are laying on a free bus from Bermagui so you can part in town and ride to the Site. If you have booked a place you will receive an email telling you all about the times of the busses and you will get priority.
If you’ve not booked you can look on-line to see the timetable. Please remember that we’ve book busses to meet the demand we know about so if lots of people suddenly turn up on the day, please be patient!
Busses will be returning after the Festival and a shuttle will run on demand throughout the day.
You can drive to the Festival Site – ensure your car-parking spot by pre-booking on-line.
4. Bring your children – they can enter the Festival for FREE
There is free entry to the Festival site for anyone aged sixteen and under as long as they are with a paying adult.
Qualified child-minders will provide free supervision for children between 2 and 7 years old at the Kids Tent where they will enjoy their very own musical experiences.
The two Youth Program events must be pre-booked – these are on Good Friday in the Community Centre and on Easter Sunday in the Windsong Pavilion.
5. Bring Low-Level Seats to sit centrally
Audience members with low level seating, rugs or cushions are welcome to sit in the central area of the amphitheatre. Lower level/low backed seating ensures everyone can have a good view of the stage. If you’d like to sit in a high-backed chair there is plenty of space to the sides of the amphitheatre. Either way the venue has great sightlines and really good sound so you will not be at a disadvantage wherever you sit.
We are really proud that our audience are so respectful of the musicians and don’t move around during performance segments. There are good breaks during the day for you to enjoy the site, sample great food and use the amenities.
Info and bookings
Details will be available soon