Clarkefield Music Festival

  • March 17, 2013 · 12:00 PM
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ABOUT THE CLARKEFIELD MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Second Annual Clarkefield Music Festival will see some of Australia’s finest musicians join forces for a common cause, as they raise money to help assist children and their families living in poverty in Cambodia. All money raised on the day will go directly to the running of a new school (which last years festival helped to build) for over one thousand children in the Kampong Thom province of Cambodia.

The Festival will feature renowned Australian musicians Tim Rogers, Sal Kimber, The Toot Toot Toots and Dead River Deeps, with more great acts soon to be announced.

Set on a vast grassy green lawn, surrounded by paddocks, trees, old wagons and the beautiful old bluestone buildings of The Clarkefield Hotel (Coach and Horses Inn, 1857), it’s the most surreal and ideal place to lay down a rug, sip a cold beer and enjoy some of the finest music the country has to offer.

With BBQ food, cold drinks, market stalls, a jumping castle, good friends and great music, it’s a perfect way to spend a Sunday and raise some much needed funds to help the lovely people of Cambodia.

ABOUT THE CAMBODIAN KIDS FOUNDATION

The Cambodian Kids Foundation is a not for profit, non political and non religious NGO working in the beautiful country of Cambodia.
Our foundation works at empowering the people of Cambodia through a
number of sustainable and successful grass roots projects. We work with the people to develop projects that both empower and invest in the future of Cambodia.We aim to change lives and at our foundation we have a dream, a dream of a better, bigger and more beautiful future for Cambodia and the families that we work with.

In short: We are a little organisation doing great & amazing things!

Our foundation aims to educate and empower the people of Cambodia through a number of projects that ensure maximum sustainability and success.

In particular our foundation looks to the future and the creation of a better Cambodia for it’s people. We believe that in order to change the future for the better we must nuture and empower the youngest generation, the next leaders of Cambodia. We help the people from a grass roots level, ensuring all of our projects are sustainable and headed by the Khmer people with us working closely beside them.

What’s different about our the Cambodian Kids Foundation?

All of the people who work for our foundation in Australia are 100% volunteers, we work hard for the foundation because we believe in the dream of a better Cambodia for it’s people, not for any financial or personal gain. Our foundation is not just your typical NGO, we are a family. We want nothing but the best for each and every beautiful individual and family that we work with in Cambodia.

www.cambodiankidsfoundation.org

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  • Karyn

    Weather not looking too bad. Hopefully should clear up by midday and be about 20. I'll have a 'panda' mask on the back of my chair. Found it cleaning up the toy room so hopefully it will help you find me/us if your phone isn't working.

    March 17, 2013

    • shira r.

      Thanks Karyn, still looking out the window hoping for the rain to clear... :-(

      March 17, 2013

  • Karyn

    Hi Shira. Just found out that Annie, Trish, Lili and I are meeting at the pub at 1pm too. Hope to see you there today!

    March 17, 2013

  • shira r.

    Thanks Karyn. I predict that Vodafone reception will not travel far, so will try to figure out who u r among the crowd. If I wont make it tomorrow will text to let u know that 'a shira' wont be there. cheers!

    March 16, 2013

  • Karyn

    Hi. Fingers crossed the weather forecast improves! Though I presume they will move everything to the pub if the weather isn't good so I think it will still go ahead. My number is[masked] so you can give me a call so we can meet up. I'll figure out something to put on the back of my chair too and let you know...

    March 16, 2013

  • shira r.

    Hi, this one sounds really good! I think I may join (mostly depending on weather). I haven't yet met any of you, is there any way I can find you amongst the crowd?

    March 16, 2013

  • Karyn

    Hi Annie. I'll try to get there when you do and meet at the entrance. My mob is[masked] 477. Maybe text me when you're leaving home, as I'm not sure how good the reception is at Clarkefield......

    March 14, 2013

  • Annie C.

    Hi Guys, Are we meeting any where specific ?

    March 14, 2013

  • Annie C.

    Looks great. Cant wait

    March 4, 2013

  • Trish

    Fantastic cause Karyn. Lili and I will be there.

    January 13, 2013

  • Karyn

    CLARKEFIELD MUSIC FESTIVAL TICKETS

    2013 TICKET PRICES

    Adult Ticket (presale) $28.00 + booking fee
    Adult Ticket (at gate) $35.00
    Children under 12 years old - FREE

    Family Ticket (presale) $70.00 + booking fee
    Family Ticket (at gate) $75.00 Family Ticket allows for 2 adults and 2 children (under 18) + any children under 12 are free.

    This year Presale Clarkefield Music Festival are available through moshtix, at www.moshtix.com.au, 1300 GET TIX [masked]) on your mobile and all moshtix outlets.

    January 9, 2013

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