Four Winds Bermagui - Music In Nature

Andy Irvine & Dallahan in the Windsong Pavilion

Two extraordinary forces in the Celtic and World Folk scene join under the spotted gums at Four Winds to welcome in the new year.

General Admission


16 Years & Under


This event is not included in the Flexipass

A collaboration between the Yuin Folk Club, renowned for curating the Cobargo Folk Festival, and Four Winds Concerts, this event promises a joyous, uplifting evening celebrating the way music moves us. Dallahan are an impressive mix of trad-folk and modern energy – think Mumford and Sons & Passenger. Andy Irvine is hailed as ‘a tradition in himself’, a legend in the music industry and not to be missed.

Set against the backdrop of the stunning Barragga Bay just 9mins south of Bermagui, the Four Winds and Yuin Folk Club team have handcrafted an experience of delicious family-friendly food, refreshments and hypnotic rhythm. Travelling across to globe to join us, Andy, Jack, Ciaran, Andrew and Benedict bring with them the spirit and charm of Irish music making, infusing the coastal air with melodies that echo through time, resonating with tales of tradition and modernity. As the sun dips below the horizon, the Windsong Pavilion becomes a haven where exceptional music meets the comfort of community, inviting all to share in an evening that’s both a celebration of heritage and a testament to the universal language of music.

Bookings are essential. Read more here about our venue’s Covid-19 protocols, and what to expect when you visit.

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“Often copied, never equalled” – The Irish Times

Andy’s repertoire consists of Irish traditional tunes, dexterous Balkan dances and a compelling canon of his own self-penned songs. Musician, singer, songwriter, Andy has maintained his highly individual performing skills throughout his over 55-year career. Andy has been at the helm of legendary bands like Sweeney’s Men in the mid 60s, to the enormous success of Planxty in the 70s, and then Patrick Street, Mozaik, LAPD and recently Usher’s Island. Andy has been a world music pioneer and an icon for traditional music and musicians. Andy Irvine is one of the great Irish singers, his voice one of a handful of truly great ones that gets to the very soul of Ireland.


“Wild and free yet precise and flawless…a bold stroke on the teeming trad folk landscape”-Bright Young Folk

Forged in Scotland and Ireland’s traditional music scene, whilst drawing on the music of the Balkans and North America, Dallahan take their listeners on a true journey. Traversing styles and countries of the world in a dazzling live show, they create their own unique brand of World-folk delivered with stunning virtuosity. The lineup consists of Jack Badcock on guitar and vocals, Ciaran Ryan on banjo, mandolin and fiddle, Andrew Waite on accordion and Benedict Morris on fiddle. To date, they have brought their live show to 23 countries, earned three nominations for ‘Folk Band of The Year’ in 2016, 2019 and 2022 and enjoyed collaborations such as with songwriting legend Dougie MacLean, a commissioned composition and collaboration with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra at a WWI commemorative concert and also a concert in Kathmandu with Nepal’s folk music exponents, Kutumba. Approaching a decade together as a band, Dallahan have become a veteran touring outfit and with each album they continue to evolve their sound, as is evident on their latest studio album, ‘Speak of the Devil’ released in June 2023.

About Four Winds

Four Winds is an extraordinary music destination located just 9mins from Bermagui, at the stunning Barragga Bay on the Sapphire Coast of NSW. They specialise in exceptional music experiences surrounded by nature, often blending classical form with First Nations voices, young emerging musicians and powerful multi-disciplinary storytelling. Their purpose-built site is home to the 160 seat ‘Windsong Pavilion’, an acoustically pristine building custom designed for the finest listening experience. Alongside the Pavilion is the Sound Shell, a 2,000-seat outdoor Amphitheatre used for their larger scale festivals and events.

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