Festival of Small Halls, Mt Mee

Published 4:00pm 10 November 2022

Festival of Small Halls, Mt Mee
Words by Kylie Knight

The Festival of Small Halls will kick off on November 16 at Mt Mee Public Hall before continuing on to 19 communities across coastal Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

The organisers have announced that Inn Echo, pictured above, and Sam Buckingham will feature on their 31st tour, Summer 2022: Queenscliff Music Festival to Woodford Folk Festival.

During the recent launch of the 30th tour, Woodfordia Inc. director Bill Hauritz commented that this festival is “delivered with love”.

Halls of every shape and size, up and down the coast will fling open their doors for an evening of music, cakes, tea and neighbours.

Famous for its larger-than-life music festivals, Woodfordia Inc. presents a program that showcases musicians from the folk music mecca of Prince Edward Island, in Canada, and from just down the road in Byron Bay, New South Wales.

Gabrielle Kerr will open the Mt Mee show, with melodies echoing blues, folk and rock which tell tales of life, death and everything in between.

Pre-show supper will be available at the Hall from 5.30-6.30pm, catered by Mt See State School P&C and Mt See Hall.

Options include:

Grazing box for two – $20

Butter chicken, rice, & naan for one – $15

Nachos for one – $10

Soup & bread – $5

Dessert will be available at intermission.

Bar Service will be available at the Hall from 5.30pm

Get your tickets

Tickets are priced at:

Full admission – $20

Concession (pensioners, Health Care Card) – $15

Children (aged 10 years and under) – $5

Click here to purchase tickets.

Doors open at 5.30pm and the show starts at 7pm.

Mt Mee Hall has accessible entry (ramps) and has accessible bathrooms.

For more information, visit the website

Festival of Small Halls, Mt Mee
Sam Buckingham is part of the Festival of Small Halls.

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