Tradewinds Folk Events

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Folk, World, Acoustic, Celtic, Blues.

Tradewinds Folk Events is a Not for Profit group providing a venue for beautiful music.
We bring a delicatessen of the best folk, world, acoustic, blues from professional & semi-professional artists. Expect a comfortable, ambient setting at affordable prices. Either at the Dungeon or a House Concert, often to take advantage of a Touring Artist’s brief visit.


Buy a Bale Christmas Concert!

We put 5 and a third of those massive bales into Rural Aid’s help to farmers and drought affected stock. To all those who volunteered, came, sang and carolled away that night and who gave so generously, including Chris Cady who performed a delightful couple of sets,  we raised $529.00 after expenses. Tradewinds knows the gold in your hearts and it glows !!!

Bless you all. From Carole, Peter, Greg,  Harold, and others.  Happy Christmas – you deserve it.


Us lot at Tradewinds  are super excited about the start of 2019
because of the great lineup of acts coming:

February 1st – Winter Wilson – House   Concert
                  March 24 – Bob Fox Sunday arvo – House concert
                  April  14 – Manran afternoon concert – The Dungeon

Make sure you put these dates in your diary, they’ll be great shows.

So be prepared for more great Tradewinds Dungeon and House Concerts!


Five Podcasts are now available with Carole’s extensive radio experience and a wide knowledge of folk and world music. A NEW Free podcast is now on this website. Click on the link below to download and listen at your leisure.

Here is the link:


Next House Concert:

Friday 1st February 2019

7.00pm for 7.30 – inc. supper

Winter Wilson

Winter Wilson

Winter Wilson are back on the road, following a hugely successful UK tour with folk-rock legends Fairport Convention, and now featuring songs from their latest CD Far Off on the Horizon. As with previous offerings, this new album has met with great critical acclaim:

“Dave Wilson’s songs pull no punches when relating to the sights and sounds of everyday local life, and are complimented by Kip’s powerful and emotional voice.” Daily Telegraph, January 2018

“A sublime collection of tracks to kick off the new year in style. Well-balanced, strong songs delivered with care, and by people that are passionate about their craft. Lovely.”
Grem Devlin, Living Tradition Magazine

“Winter Wilson have landed another, right on the bridge of the nose; this is not an album that’s easy to ignore.” Neil King, Fatea Magazine

But it is in live performance that these two really excel, interspersing great songs, stunning harmonies and fine musicianship with often hilarious tales of life on the road. That’s why so many venues and festivals book them time and again.

“The songs were wonderful, the singing a joy. It is rare that I can sit over 2 hours listening to music I have never heard before, but be absolutely involved from beginning to end. Thank you for a really enjoyable evening.”  NM – Lincolnshire

“In 30 years of listening to folk music, I have never heard two voices blend so perfectly together.”  David Aird, Chairman Glenfarg Folk Club

Video Ghost live at The Union Chapel

House Concert

Phone to book and obtain venue details.

Phone:   Carole Garland – 4929 3912   or   0431 616 867

Peter Allsop 0417 461 030


March 24 – Bob Fox Sunday arvo – House concert


Tradewinds Folk Events and Newcastle Hunter Valley Folk Club

Proudly present



On their return visit.

An afternoon of fine Scottish music on Sunday  14th April 2019.

From 2.00pm to 5.00pm In the Dungeon, Adamstown Uniting Church.

Refreshments available.






In Association with

Newcastle Hunter Valley Folk Club

Newcastle & Hunter Valley Folk Club