Fresh off the back of the Annual Bingara Orange Festival which attracted over 5000 people this year, another festival is on Bingara’s horizon.
The legendary Melbourne folk band Things Of Stone And Wood will be playing at the Pulse of the Earth Festival in Bingara on Friday 6th September. It is the only gig they are planning to play this year.
The festival will run over 2 days at The Living Classroom. Entry is free, gold coin donation only. Free camping is available at the Bingara Show Ground, donated by the Gwydir Shire.
It is bring your own drinks and chair (no glass). Feed and coffee will be available across the two days.
“The event is made possible by fantastic donations from The Ryde Eastwood Leagues club $10,000, Drought Angels $5,000 and a whopping $15,000 from the Primary Health Network,” Chairman of the Bingara and District Vision 2020 and event organiser, John Bishton, said.
The festival will also incorporate the Culmination of The Artist, farmer and scientist Art exhibition by “Groundswell”. Damon Gameau (that sugar film) will be premiering his new film 2040 on the Saturday night at the Roxy Theatre.