Live At The Village Music Festival

Live at the Village and Blue Mountains Theatre present an all-day festival of music from some of Australia’s most evocative and contemporary artists in concert.

Catch world-class performances in fusion, jazz, world and folk music: a whole day of vibrant, stunning performances - live and local. 

Festival Program
All performances will be held onsite at Blue Mountains Theatre + Community Hub, in either the main theatre (reserved seats) or in Studio 1 (general admission).  

Theatre concerts
2pm - The Morrisons 
4pm - Mara! Big Band 'Zashto?'
6pm - Zela Margossian Quartet 
8.30pm - Sandy Evans Quintet 'Ahimsa: Meditations on Gandhi' 

Studio 1 concerts 
1pm - Caravan Dance Company and Caravan Band 
3pm - Keyna Wilkins Duo
5pm - Simon Barker and Bronwyn Kirkpatrick


Tickets for each concert can be purchased individually, so you can choose to attend as many concerts as you wish. 

If you are keen to attend 3 or more concerts, a discounted bundle ticket price is available from 1 May (15%).

Highlight

Sydney's much-loved bluegrass darlings tell Australian stories steeped in the sound of folk and old-time music.

More info

The Morrisons

Highlight

Pioneering Australian/British composer-musician Keyna Wilkins is joined by improvising jazz drummer Shane Carpini for this special concert.

More info

Keyna Wilkins Duo

Highlight

The Mara! Big Band presents a new work, setting poetry by Australian migrant and refugee poets to music, telling stories of displacement, hope, longing, despair and resignation, in search of a dream.

More info

Mara! Big Band: Zashto?

Highlight

Exotic, original works in ethno-jazz with Armenian influences to take audiences on a pleasurable, emotive journey.

More info

Zela Margossian Quintet

Highlight

Renowned saxophonist Sandy Evans leads a fascinating musical response to Ghandi's writings on Ahimsa, fusing jazz, Hindustani and Carnatic chant with contemporary electronic sounds.

More info

Sandy Evans Quintet: Ahimsa Meditations on Gandhi

Highlight

Shakuhachi and percussion meet in this stunning collaboration between two of Australia’s most unique and accomplished contemporary musicians.

More info

Simon Barker and Bronwyn Kirkpatrick