Strings Attached guitar festival confirms October dates and opens first tickets online
The first run of tickets for the Strings Attached WA Guitar Festival went on sale this week with only a tease of the event’s upcoming attractions.
The annual Margaret River-based event, to be held on October 6-8, has featured a swag of six-string talent during past offerings, but organisers were tight-lipped about this year’s headliners.
Legendary Shadows guitarist Hank Marvin made the trek to Margaret River last year, the first iteration of the new festival after a year off for COVID-19.
Past top-billed acts included The Living End’s Chris Cheney, Grammy award-winning producer, engineer and performer Larry Mitchell, The Waifs’ Josh Cunningham and ARIA-winning performer Felicity Urquhart plus many more.
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Art exhibitions, workshops, industry shindigs, fundraisers and popular Q&A events were all expected to make a welcome return.
Veteran local musician Dan White is taking a break from director duties this year, with Sara Warren co-ordinating this year’s show and promising another great line-up as a drawcard for people to the Margaret River region.
A full schedule line-up was due to be announced in coming weeks along with more ticket releases.
To get to the head of the queue, visit www.waguitarfestival.com.au.
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