Monday Gallery – Port Fairy Folk Festival 2019

Our pictures from the fourth day at Port Fairy Folk Festival 2019

By Jim Jacob

Monday 11 March. The 43rd Port Fairy Folk Festival (last day) in the picturesque sea village of Port Fairy some four hours west of Melbourne Australia. Listening Through The Lens will be running a full story once the event has wrapped up – in fact, in the next day or so.

But for now here is the last in a series of articles on our favourite images from each day.V

Phil Churchill, The Once
Gerry Hollett, The Once
The Weeping Willows
Mick Thomas
Mick Thomas
Squeezebox Wally, Mick Thomas Roving Commission
Alejandro Escovedo
Alejandro Escovedo with Tim Rogers

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Our pictures from the fourth day at Port Fairy Folk Festival 2019

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  1. Can you tell me the name of the one man band busker. I was part of the first aid team & saw him on several occasions over the weekend. I thought he was fabulous.

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