Joshua Tree 2003 Didgeridoo Festival
The date for the 4th annual Joshua Tree Didge Fest has
already been set. The festival is planned for Oct 6-12 2003. Hope to see
you all there. Those who didn't get to attend in 2002, you have plenty of
time to plan for the next one. This festival is one of the biggest didgeridoo
festivals on earth. It has world class performers, workshops, didji and
drum circles, desert excursion, and plenty of didgeridoos from all around
Tree Didge Fest 2002 on the TV show California's
Huell Howser, the host from California's Gold, filmed
parts of the festival on October the 19th, 2002. The Show will
aired on Nov 6th 7:30 PM on KCET Los Angeles.
NAMM International Music Products Association
The NAMM International Music Market is being held in Anaheim,
California, USA. The dates for the Show are January 16th-19th 2003. This
show is huge We will be there so I hope to see some didgeridoo players.
8th Annual Didgeridoo
May 3-5, 2003
Pine Creek, Northern Territory of Australia
The 8th Annual Didgeridoo Festival will be held in
Pine Creek, Northern Territory of Australia, from May
3-5, 2003. The venue is Copperfield Dam, located 6km
SE of the town of Pine Creek. Free camping, toilet facilities, but No
Activities will include didgeridoo making, didg
playing lessons with 'Bolda' Hunter, Aboriginal dancers, bush tucker, and
traditional art and craft. This will take place all weekend, with an
Acoustic Jam at the Dam on Saturday night around the campfire.
Sunday night come into Pine Creek for the Didgeridoo
concert at the Miners Park, starting at sunset and lasting about 4 hours.
Admission is FREE, food and drinks on sale.
In previous years we have had performances by Charlie
McMahon (both on his own and with Gondwana), Marc Hoffman, Em-Dee and the
Katamaran, Tetsuji Ueno (Didgemate from Japan), Ash Dargan, and Aboriginal
players from the local area, as well as from all over the world. Many bring
their own instruments, but there is always someone willing to lend a didg.
out our website
www.pinecreek.nt.gov.au or email