Venues

The Denmark Festival of Voice features performances and workshops in a range of venues, both heritage and contemporary, all within a gentle stroll of each other in the heart of the beautiful Denmark village.

 

Parking is available near or adjacent to all venues and all have wheelchair access.

The Festival Hub is located at the Denmark Community Resource Centre and is your first stops when you get to Denmark. It is here you exchange your email confirmation for tickets and/or wristbands, gain information, purchase CDs & merchandise and find lost items.

Hub Opening Hours: TBD

* Please leave plenty of time when collecting your tickets and/or wristbands from the Festival Hub. There may be queues during the peak periods (Friday night and Saturday morning) and we don’t want anyone missing out or being late for performances. 

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Civic Centre

Strickland Street (entry from Price Street)

concert venue and workshops

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Artshouse

2A Strickland Street

concert venue and workshops

home of Denmark Arts

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Festival Club

11 Mount Shadforth

after hours club

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The Green Pantry

39 Strickland Street

fringe venue

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St. Leonard's Church

4/2 Mitchell Street

concert venue and workshops

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Freehand Wines

69 Strickland Street

concert venue 

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Mrs Jones

12 Mount Shadforth 

fringe venue 

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Luscious

69 Strickland Street

fringe venue

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CWA 

9 Mitchell Street

concert venue and workshops

2a Strickland Street

Denmark, WA, AUS

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Denmark Arts and the Denmark Festival of Voice honour and acknowledge the Indigenous Voices who are part of Noongar Boodja and have a history of thousands of years of custodianship and culture. The Festival is under the cultural guidance of Noongar Elders.

Denmark Festival of Voice is a project of Denmark Arts Council Inc

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