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2011/2012 Festival Dates
Start: Saturday 29th December 2012
End: Wednesday 2nd January 2013
Our festival guests have all confirmed and we're really pleased to be able to bring you the usual programme events of Festival Choir; Poets Session (formerly known as the "Liars Breakfast"); Blackboard Concerts; Workshops; Ceildh Dance; Blind Date Concert; Jamming round the Fires; River Time; The Battle of Tui Farm (Waterfight) and loads more.
Go now to the Guest Page to see who will be performing at Tui this year.
and includes all concerts & workshops
Adult Camping Pass - $90.00 (Age 18+)
Young Adult Camping Pass - $60.00 (age 13-17 years) when accompanied by a parent. This age group not with parents needs to purchase an adult ticket
Child Camping Pass - $30.00 (this is school age up to & including 12 years)
Pre-school Child - No charge
Adult Day Pass - $45.00 (Age 18+)
Young Adult Day Pass - $30.00 (age 13-17 years) when accompanied by a parent. This age group not with parents needs to purchase an adult ticket
Child Day Pass - $15.00 (this is school age up to & including 12 years)
Pre-school Child - No charge
About Tui Farm Folk Festival
Tui Farm Folk Festival began in December 2003 and is run on the 25 acre farm of Carol & Stephen Rose over the three day New Year holiday. So far, we've had eight festivals (we missed one last year) and they've been enjoyed by all who attended. Our resource consent limits the number of ticket sales, so it will never be a large festival, which is exactly how we like it.
There is only one performance venue, which is a 25m x 10m marquee, with full stage and amplified sound system.
This festival is not only about performance. We also have two smaller jamming marquees, one at each end of the festival site. They each have their own fire and ambience and are excellent jamming venues. We try to end the evening concert by 10.30pm so that there is still plenty of night left for jamming round the fires.
Weather - yes well we think we've had it all. We've had hot & sunny, cold at night (good swimming hole weather); we've had rain (boy, did we have rain but hey, no mud!) and warm; we've had wind; we've had hail and even snow on the tops. We can't stress strongly enough the need for warm clothing and bedding, especially the bedding.
One thing we do know, is that this festival works and is great fun in any weather, so be sure to book your tickets early. The last two years have been sell-outs!!
To Be Advised
Write your cheque out to: Tui Farm Festival and post to: Carol Rose, 32 Tui Rd, RD2 Wakefield 7096
Bank Account Details: Tui Farm Folk Festival - ASB Warkworth
12 - 3095 - 0201756 - 50 (If your bank requires 3 digits for the suffix, then it will be 050)
If you deposit direct, please be sure to email me with all your contact and ticketing details.
Click on the email link below and we'll add you to the festival email list which will keep you up to date with festival guests and programme details.
This site last updated: 30 September 2012