Street INvaderS • Miss Australia

Miss Australia 1963 the loveable Louis Vuitton patron  loves Port Fairy so much she has come back and bought with her her “Dingo”. Miss Australia 1963 aka Madge Allseasons is an interactive comedy show where you never know what might happen. Still on the road, suitcases, lipstick and powder packed, the irrepressible Madge AllSeasons is a hard act to tame. She’s worldly, savvy and beware, she’s not afraid to comment on your fashion. This queen of haute couture brings the audience to their knees with a handbag twirling finale.


Street INvaderS • Tina Green

She creates an exciting and fun atmosphere everywhere she performs, entertaining audiences around the world and dazzling them with her fantastic hula hoop tricks, silly stunts and hilarious audience participation. Tina tops it all off, balanced precariously atop a 6-foot unicycle, launching objects from her foot and catching them on her head. A truly unique show, suitable for all ages.


Street INvaderS • The Amazing Drumming Monkeys

Australia’s favourite little kids puppet show is coming back to Port Fairy! Aimed at 1 – 8yr olds, the 2 monkey puppets (Bongo & Congo) actually play the instruments, and lead the audience in all sorts of fun!  The Monkeys have been reviewed as “Beating Hi-5 hands down” (Adelaide Advertiser), “The Next Wiggles” (NTNews).  Famous all over Australia for it’s cute, funny monkeys, variety segments and positive messages for the world, this show is not to be missed

Family Folk Circus • Red the Clown

Red The Clown has been the magic ingredient at The Children’s Folk Circus for a “loonng loonngg” time. His humour and circus skills have inspired and entertained many thousands of wide-eyed children with clowning, juggling, unicycle, songs and stories. Red is one of the “Legends of Clowning” in Australia and certainly at Port Fairy.

Street INvaderS • Heidi Hoops

Ahoy! Look who just sailed into Port Fairy looking for adventure on the hoop-deck! H.M.A.S Heidi Hoops has plenty of nautical rope tricks and magical knots to tie. She also has loads of hula hoops to spin so she‚Äôll need to recruit some brave new sailors to help her out with her big stack of hula hoops! Be prepared to learn the ropes and with a heave-ho, and a yo-ho-ho!, Before you know it you’ll be saying “Aye-Aye Captain HMAS Heidi Hoops SIR!”

John Hudson • 2013

Hailing from the rich musical landscape of Southwest Victoria, John Hudson is considered one of this country’s most versatile guitarists. John’s musical diversity, be it Jazz, Blues, Country, Classical, etc. has allowed him to perform both as a solo artist, and as a member of various ensembles, here and internationally. Most recently, John has been touring with iconic singer/songwriter Shane Howard (Goanna).   John will also be conducting a guitar workshop (SUN 1pm) that may or may not involve various aspects of guitar…ladies ,a plate please…

Mark Atkins • 2013

Mark Atkins is one of the world’s greatest didj players, recognised for his collaborative projects with leading composers and musicians. A descendant of WA’s Yamitji people, and of Irish/Australian heritage, Mark has incorporated the didgeridoo sound into orchestral works, theatrical productions and dance performances.  Mark is a performer, storyteller, songwriter, composer, percussionist, visual artist and instrument maker. He creates and paints didgeridoos and has exhibited his traditional and contemporary artwork internationally. Mark is founding member of Black Arm Band, featuring Australian legends of indigenous contemporary music.

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Wishful is a 5 piece band from Victoria. Originally a trio, sisters Maddy and Memphis met third member Sam at Queenscliff Music Festival, where their love of playing and watching music brought them together. Later joined by Harley and Caleb, Wishful write their own original music, creating an interesting indie folk style with edgy pop melodies and euphoric harmonies.