Due to COVID-19, the Patchewollock Music Festival Committee have made the difficult decision to cancel this year's festival. We look forward to seeing you all in 2021.
The festival takes place in the main street of Patchewollock, based around the Patchewollock Hotel.
38 Federation St
While planning your trip to the Patchewollock Music Festival, allow time to view the incredible Silo Art Trail - the largest outdoor gallery in Australia, stretching over 200 kilometres and linking six small country Victorian towns.
Providing an insight into the true spirit of the Wimmera Mallee, the trail recognises and celebrates the spirit of the region’s people through a series of large-scale mural portraits painted onto old grain silos.
The silo artwork acknowledges the area’s ancient Indigenous roots as well as its history as one of Australia’s most important grain growing areas. As you weave your way through the farming towns of Brim, Lascelles, Patchewollock, Rosebery, Rupanyup and Sheep Hills, you’ll meet some locals, hear their stories and go home with a deeper understanding of the challenges and rewards of life on the land.
The portraits are the work of world-renowned Australian mural artists, Adnate, Kaff-eine, Fintan Magee, Rone, Guido van Helten and Russian artist, Julia Volchkova.
Founded in 2015, the project was developed in partnership between Yarriambiack Shire Council, international street art agency, Juddy Roller and GrainCorp, who kindly donated the silos as canvases for the artists’ work.
The result is a public art experience that is both awe-inspiring and unmistakably Australian.