Welcome to the Newcastle & Hunter Valley Folk Club Inc.

The Newcastle & Hunter Valley Folk Club Inc. is a “Not For Profit” community group, which supports and encourages Folk Music, Dance, Folk Lore and Bush Poetry in the Newcastle / Hunter Valley region, with regular concerts and activities showcasing international, national and local artists.

Throughout the website you will find information on Club concerts and activities, local folk-related sessions, events and things of interest to our members and other folk-minded people.

If you have something of interest, be it pictures, information or history, that you think would benefit the Folk Music scene in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley please don’t hesitate to let us know. We are here to promote Folk Music and related areas for all of us to enjoy.



  NOW and    THEN   “IF YOU WANT TO END WAR AND STUFF, YOU GOTTA SING LOUD!” This was Arlo Guthrie’s advice to the audience in his epic anti-war song, Alice’s Restaurant, and veteran folksinger and broadcaster, Phil Bates, has chosen it as the title for his concert of protest songs from the Cold War period. [...]

Celtic Dance – Fiddle Tunes Band

July 31 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

We are able to get back on the Dance Floor.  Yes things will almost be the same again. Well almost - unfortunately we will not be able to have our normal supper at this stage. Please bring your own refreshments and food.  Bring your own Mug and we will be able to serve you a [...]

Folk Club         Adult $15, Concession $12, Members $10.  Tickets via Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BSJKR

Scottish fiddler Chris Duncan and pianist Catherine Strutt have been exploring and performing the traditional fiddle music of Scotland since 1990 together. Specialising in the Scottish music idiom, the ARIA and multi award winning, Newcastle based duo, have performed internationally and nationally at festivals, concerts, private functions, and countless Scottish Country dances and Balls.   [...]

You are always welcome at the Newcastle and Hunter Valley Folk Club.