What a magical two days of Fringe in the Forest at Bundaleer on March 3 and 4 with an abundance of musical and artistic talent, amazing weather, great food, and brilliant audiences.
Thank you so much to everyone who made this two-day festival a success:
- everyone who bought tickets
- our generous Jamestown business sponsors: Kelly Kelly Legal, Hunts Fuel, Shellie’s Shoes, Calumba Hair, Jamestown Foodland, Jamestown Furniture & Electrical/Glasgow House; Cockburn House, The Park Jamestown, Clive Palmer Photography, Mid North Pharmacies, Wardle Co, and Jamestown Journal
- Adelaide Fringe Artist & Venue Fund
- our extremely gifted array of performers, MJ & the Progression, Tilly Tjala Thomas, BeauCat Sessions, Caitlin Drew, Along Comes Mary, Scott Rathman Jnr
- our dedicated sound and lighting crew
- our purveyors of scrumptious food and delicious drinks
- Our Ngadjuri and Nukunu facilitators of the incredible Kids on Country event who shared traditional art, dancing, and craft with 200 school children from Jamestown, Spalding and Watervale
- Our local school children, teachers and parents and helpers
- our hard-working volunteer team who transformed the stunning Maple & Pine into a spectacular live music festival venue
- special mention to Donna Kelly for her phenomenal event management skills and passion for community collaboration
- And last but most importantly of all, our beautiful families and friends who give us so much help and encouragement as we navigate production of Fringe in the Forest.
Mary-Jane & Mel
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Keep the first weekend in March free next year for
2024 Adelaide Fringe festivities at Bundaleer Forest!