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Welcome to Victoria’s Longest Running Folklore Club

Changes to Zoom access to events

The VFMC is making changes to provision of Zoom access to events to reduce the ongoing workload on volunteers. From August 2023, concerts will not be webcast in real time. Instead, a recording of the concert will be available to buyers of a new class of ticket ‘Post-event Recording’ available via Humanitix and on the Concerts page. Zoom access to Sessions will be reduced to only the first Tuesday of the month. Tickets, where applicable, will be available via the Sessions page.

Our Regular Activities

Next Session
'Round Robin' Session
5th December 2023 7.30pm until 9.30pm

This will be a hybrid session - in the hall and on Zoom

VFMC session in full swing

A 'Round Robin' session is for singing, playing, reciting or story telling. We all take turns to perform in a supportive atmosphere, or you can just watch and/or join in as you wish. You may suggest an item for everyone to join in. Audience welcome.

Ringwood Uniting Church hall.

Melway ref. 49H9

Next Concert
12th December 2023 7.45pm until 10.00pm


Sarah and Silas

Sarah and Silas

Festival sweethearts Sarah and Silas play folk roots music. Their love, skill and connection shine through exciting dueling fiddles and sweet vocal harmonies which dance to the strum of a ukulele and the beat of a drum. Their catchy original songs and tunes will move your feet and warm your heart..

Zoom webcasts now replaced by Recording on YouTube
Zoom webcasting of concerts is now replaced with a recording of the concert posted on YouTube a day or two after the concert.
To access the recording, purchase a Post-event Recording ticket. The YouTube link will be emailed to you within two days of the concert.

Ringwood Uniting Church hall

Melway ref. 49H9

Next Dances
Family Bush Dance
2nd December 2023 8.00pm until 11.00pm


The Billabong Band

The Billabong Band

The Billabong Band is the Victorian Folk Music Club's own performance group and is probably the longest established band in Australia playing traditional music for Bush / Colonial dances and for concerts. The line-up is variable and depends on which musicians are available at the time.

The VFMC has a family bush dance on the first Saturday of each month (excluding January). Dances are called so these events are suitable for all ages. A different band is featured each month and everyone is welcome.
Admission: VFMC members $10, non members $12.

Ringwood East Senior Citizens Hall

Melway ref. 50B8

Light supper provided. A plate to share would be appreciated.
No alcohol please.

The goals of the VFMC are:
Acknowledgement of Country

The VFMC acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands where we meet, and supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

The official site of the Victorian Folk Music Club Incorporated (Reg No A2511Y) ABN 28 668 156 704

Last modified: October 22 2023 14:24.