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Copper & Stone Music Fest Burra

Revive the Regions With Music

Copper & Stone Music Fest Burra

11:00am, Sat 5 February, 2022

Event Details

All female line-up at Burra music festival

Copper & Stone Music Fest Burra

Featuring KATE CEBERANO, WENDY MATTHEWS, MAHALIA BARNES + MORE

Saturday 5th February 2022

Paxton Square, Burra, South Australia

Regional Council of Goyder in conjunction with Revive the Regions with Music presents the inaugural Copper & Stone Music Fest Burra!

Featuring an all-star female line-up with not one but 10 powerhouse artists including Australian icons, Kate Ceberano & Wendy Matthews, plus Mahalia Barnes, Hussy Hicks, Germein, Jo Page, Tilly Tjala Thomas and local sensations Rosie Roberts, Caitlin Drew and Charlotte & Georga!

Tell your mates, gal pals, family, neighbours, whether you are local or from out of town come and join us on Saturday 5th February 2022 for the newest live music event to hit the Clare Valley, South Australia.

Burra is one of the most delightful towns in South Australia, with a rich history, and plenty to see and do and as it is only a 2-hour drive from Adelaide it is a regular getaway location.  Make a weekend of it and take in all that the Burra district has to offer from scenic trails, art galleries, delicious food & coffee & so much more!

Planning to travel to Burra from out of town?  See accommodation options here or call the friendly team at the Burra Visitor Information Centre on 1300 775 540, they are open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm.

For more information see our FAQs and Conditions of Entry


COVID SAFE EVENT

* Important Event Update *

We have been nervously watching as Covid cases rise around the state (as we are sure you have too), and have had many (many) conversations and sleepless nights.   “Will this festival happen or not? We have run every possible scenario and honestly feel as though everything has been thrown at not just us but the whole country the last few weeks… BUT, together we have a plan we think you will like! 

What we thought was impossible a week ago, is now going to happen. Were taking it one step further, to where no Australian Music Festival has gone before.  

Test negative and youre good to go!

Every single person who enters the festival site: you as a ticket holder, volunteer, food vendor, crew and artists, vaccinated or unvaccinated will have undertaken a Rapid Antigen Test and provided a negative result via the Festival Testing Station. A small fee of $5 per test, person will apply and is payable after completing your negative test or will be deducted from your ticket refund online.  The testing station will be set up on Paxton Terrace (entry to the festival) on Saturday 5th February from 10am.

We know you will have a lot of questions, so we have prepared a FAQ sheet for you click or tap here to view.  The FAQ’s address:

  • what happens when you test negative, 
  • what happens if you test positive,
  • what if you are considered a close contact, plus many more.  

If there is something we have missed, please send us a DM.  Ticket holders will also be emailed with all the information on Monday.

This event is now 100% inclusive and also probably one of the safest events you can attend because of the testing and all other Covid Safe protocols, including social distancing and mask wearing, the chance of the virus being spread will be very low.

This testing regime is unprecedented (as far as we know) for a live music festival in Australia, so even though our brains trust, security team and medical team in consultation with the Regional Council of Goyder, Local Government Association of SA, SA Health and SAPOL have worked through every scenario.

Without the support of Regional Council of Goyder and Local Government Association of SA with their tireless assistance in helping us (going above and beyond) procure 1,200 RAT’s, the option to make this a safe event for everyone, just would not be possible.

Your patience will be needed when moving through the testing station, security check and ticketing.  We expect it should take each person around 20 to 30 minutes to move through the line.   So please bring a hat, slap on some sunscreen, hydrate and bear with us as together we make history in not just South Australia but Australia!


Together, Lets bring LIVE MUSIC back!

#CUHere in Burra 5th February 2022!

Thank you

Event Organisers

Revive the Regions with Music


How you can be Covid Safe at Copper & Stone Music Fest

  • Social distancing of 1.5 metres this does not apply to those who attend as a group, such as members of the same household, family or people who otherwise regularly associate with each other
  • Wear a mask when lining up to enter the festival site, for drinks, food, toilets and when moving about the festival site
  • Check-in using the QR code or the manual contact tracing record form
  • Use contactless payments where possible
  • No dancing
  • Eat and drink while seated only
  • Wash hands and use hand sanitiser.  Hand sanitiser stations will be scattered around the festival site
  • Please stay at home if you are unwell
  • If you become unwell at the festival please alert our First Aid Officers or security personal immediately
  • Refunds will be available to anyone who is directed by SA Government regulations to quarantine at the time of the festival.  Evidence of time-stamped direction or evidence of being Covid-19 positive will be required to receive a refund.
  • Follow the directions of our Covid Marshals and Security personnel
  • Please, if you do not follow these conditions of entry you may be asked to leave the festival without compensation for ticket(s) or drink ticket(s) purchased
  • Read all our Conditions of Entry

If you have any questions please reach out to us via Facebook