The National Anti-Folk Festival (NAFF) is a thing for everybody who, for whatever reason, doesn't want to (or like us can't) go to the National Folk Festival (or at least not every day), as well as being for bands/performers etc. who, for whatever reason, didn't get accepted to, or didn't want to, play at the National Folk Festival.
'Folk' bands and fans are not excluded, are in fact very welcome. The NAFF also refers to the Anti-Folk Movement but has no actual connection to it.
4pm – Lulu and the Tantrums
5pm – Spaceman Africa the Musical
6pm - Ali & Lawrence
7pm – Chr!st
8pm – Johnnie Geez Blues Electric
9pm – Bluemilk
10pm – Tim Pearce
11pm- Post Irony
Lulu & The Tantrums are a bunch of fun-loving bratty late-onset rockers from Queanbeyan. They'll be playing all their hits – from 'Bins On Friday' to 'Riesling For Living'.
Spaceman Africa the Musical is an Australian singer-songwriter. He writes and performs indie rock songs about funny things that have happened to him in his life.
Ali and Lawrence play a mix of originals and covers, on guitar and mandolin.
Johnnie Geez Blues Electric play exciting original high voltage blues music. Comprising seasoned musicians from some of Canberra best contemporary blues bands, the classic 4 piece twin guitar sound throws around the tastiest riff heavy grooves set over traditional blues structures with singer Johnnies signature wail, slide guitar and harmonica.
Bluemilk – Milk that is blue
Tim Pearce fronts a band called The Wrst. They are not the worst band in the world. Here he will be playing solo, ie. without The Wrst
Post Irony are a wild three piece largely instrumental band comprising bass, drums and saxophone.