Atop one of the Central Coast’s most spectacular locations, draped in sunshine and surrounded by views of pristine coastline, sits the iconic Norah Head Lighthouse, and this November it will also become home to one of the region’s most unique live music events.
On Saturday 18 November, the headland will come alive with the Lighthouse Folk Festival – a one-of-a-kind live music experience, where festival goers can take in the amazing views, sights and sounds, whilst enjoying local pop-up food stalls and a boutique bar offering from the Coast’s very own Six String Brewing Co.
The Lighthouse Folk Festival has cemented itself as is one of the marquee events of the Wyong region’s Lakes Festival, which aims to celebrate the region’s abundance of naturally beautiful spaces, and highlight their integral place in in the community.
Headlining the 2017 event is Mark Seymour & the Undertow. Internationally regarded as one of Australia’s best singer/songwriters, Seymour made his name as the lead singer of Hunters & Collectors and has enjoyed a stellar solo career and now performs with his band The Undertow.
Also performing will be ARIA #1 Rockhampton duo Busby Marou, All Our Exes Live in Texas fresh from a national run of sold-out shows, Fraser A. Gorman, Karl S. Williams, popular local band Eagle & The Wolf, Mañana and Little Quirks.
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