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THE GALLEY

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Warming street eats and bowls of mulled wine will entice you out of hibernation at The Galley.


Head down to this community festival along Stirling Terrace to enjoy delicious local fireside feasts, winter warmer drinks, and live music that will thaw away any of your winter blues.

TIMETABLE

SATURDAY 10, JULY

12PM - 4PM        ○ HEARTY FOOD

                                 ○ WINTER BREWS

                                 ○ LIVE SHANTY PERFORMANCES

                                 ○ OUTDOOR LOUNGE SPACES

                                 ○ FIRE PITS

12PM - 1PM        ○ DAVID RAWET

1.15PM - 2PM    ○ JUST FIDDLING & GOLDEN HILL FIDDLERS

2.15PM - 3PM    ○ ALBANY SHANTYMEN

3.15PM - 4PM    ○ SHENIGANS

This event can be found along Stirling Terrace.

PERFORMERS

DAVID RAWET

David Rawet grew up in the northern outskirts of Melbourne and discovered guitar and song writing in his mid-teens. After working for a few years in Victoria – writing songs along the way – he moved to Bunbury in Western Australia, where he still lives. His days now see him mixing work with creative pursuits; including writing fiction, plays and playing selections of his more than 300 songs.

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12PM - 1PM

THE ALBANY SHANTYMEN

If Australia prides itself on mateship then The Albany Shantymen distils mateship into music. A group of ordinary blokes that meet at their local pub and sing sea shanties, the joy and energy they bring to this traditional music is infectious. The lads have been disguising themselves as proper musicians to sneak into festivals for free for five years now. Be prepared to stamp, clap and sing along.

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2.15PM - 3PM

JUST FIDDLING & GOLDEN HILL FIDDLERS

Four hundred kilometres from the most isolated capital city in the world, Albany has over 300 students learning classical stringed instruments.

This would be the highest ratio of students-to-population for most regional centres in the southern hemisphere – if not the world.

In Just Fiddling & The Golden Hill Fiddlers you have the cream of fiddling talent in southern Western Australian.

Recognised nationally for their energy, vibrancy and unique playing, these young fiddlers are tomorrow’s professionals.

Borne from the classical tradition, they defy the traditional stereotype of the classical violin student.

1.15PM - 2PM

SHENANIGANS

Madeline Winton and Steven Bergmann entertain with a folktastic sampler of favourite australian and anglo-celtic, songs and tunes, on concertina, folk whilstles, banjolin and banjolele.

Join in the 'Shenanigans'

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3.15PM - 4PM

STALLHOLDERS

The Galley is lucky enough to have a fantastic line-up of delicious stallholders bringing their warming foods and drinks to Stirling Terrace.

Click below for more information on each vendor.

ROAD CLOSURE & PARKING INFORMATION

CLOSURE TIMES:

Date: Saturday 10 July 2021

Time: 0500hrs to 2100hrs

Details: Spencer Street to York Street

To ensure the safety of our community and visitors, road closures will be in place for this event from 5.00am.

 

Please note, amplified music and announcements will be played for the duration of the event.

All activities are expected to increase the amount of pedestrians on foot, create heavier than normal traffic, and create possible noise disruptions in the area.

 

Entry is free to spectators. There will be a selection of food vendors as part of this event.

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