WOOPSTOCK! | 29+31 Jul

Woopstock – a pop-up festival of music, film and festivities – is coming to a mystery location in the heart of Woolgoolga from 29-31 July.

There will be daytime yoga, wellbeing and drumming sessions at the pop-up park, plus a local bike tour, and bands and outdoor cinema in the evenings.

Friday Night:
Friday night’s highlight is the Best of the Big Bike Film Night – a travelling festival of short films from around the globe dedicated to all forms of the bicycle including flatland rider adventures, an 82-year-old mountain bike demon and a bunch of rad women riders on fixed gear (fixie) bikes.

Saturday Night Block Party:
5pm | Mitch Burgess: A mix of originals and classic blues covers in both electric and acoustic.
6pm | Tanuki: Bellingen-based Tanuki thrive on crossing through rhythm and blues, soul, alternate and roots.
7.30pm | Karl S. Williams Band: Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. This is blues, roots, folk & Americana, but not as you know it.

Woopstock
Along with the Woolgoolga Bike Lane Trial – is an initiative of Coffs Harbour City Council and funded by the NSW Government’s Streets as Shared Spaces grant announced in 2020.

“Streets as Shared Spaces is all about reimagining existing spaces in the community and looking at different ways they can be brought to life, provide enjoyment and become places to socialise and make connections,” said Coffs Harbour Mayor Councillor Paul Amos.

Entry to the pop-up park is FREE, but you’ll need to register for the official evening Events and Workshops as numbers are limited.

When you register you’ll get the official scoop on the location – in the heart of Woopi – which will be revealed in the days leading up to the festival.

Woopstock is presented by Alt-Collective.

Woopstock – a pop-up festival of music, film and festivities – is coming to a mystery location in the heart of Woolgoolga from 29-31 July.

WHAT Woopstock Festival
WHERE Woopi Village
WHEN 29 – 31 July
INFO altcollective.com.au/woopstock

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