Louise Vermeulen has been a member of the Fairbridge Festival family for fifteen years, and began her current job as the festival’s ticketing manager in 2009. Louise sees Fairbridge Festival as a ‘no-judgement’ environment and looks forward to spending time with the rest of the festival team and patrons, seeing everyone’s smiling faces. Louise absolutely loves being a part of the operations group and working with the great crew.
For Louise Jonasson – marketing coordinator of major sponsor, Getaway Outdoors –Fairbridge Festival has become an annual pilgrimage. She never imagined that she would be mixing her work with a music festival, but after four years, she is still attending and running Cosy Camping and the Getaway Outdoors festival shop.
Kat sees Fairbridge Festival as an inclusive and welcoming event that people can feel safe to bring their families along to. She describes it as an event where people of all ages, small children to grandparents, will have a fun-packed weekend and be stress-free.
The Fair Maids of Perth have been loyal supporters of Fairbridge Festival from the very beginning performing at the very first festival and many since 1993. Despite their advancing years, this band of feisty dancers looks forward to keeping on dancing and being involved with Fairbridge Festival in 2017 and beyond.
Sarah has been involved with Fairbridge Festival for three years, she now works as its Street Team Coordinator. Sarah absolutely adores the festival, holding it responsible for bringing her family, including her extended family, closer together. For Sarah, Fairbridge Festival is a big annual family event. She says, her family travelling south to Bridgetown, Nannup, Pemberton, Margaret River and Augusta for the pre-festival work, as well as the festival itself, is greatly enjoyed.