Festivals and Events

Murphy’s Pigs has been around, now, for over 15 years. They debuted, in France, as an energetic, rough, naive quartet, and gradually morphed into an unsophisticated, unwieldy, yet unforgettable 16-piece juggernaut. On their journey, many thousands of people have attended their performances, and some of those even wanted to see them. Believe it or not, some actually parted with their money and paid to see them. During their time together, Murphy’s Pigs has been lucky enough to have performed at some wonderful events and to meet and play with some extraordinary musicians; some filling in for missing Pigs, whilst others have joined the chaos on stage as guest performers. Here are just some of the highlights of their odyssey.

FESTIVALS

Savannah in The Round – 2021
Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields Festival – 2020
Tara Festival of Culture & Camel Races – 2019
Winton’s Way Out West Fest – 2019
BaconFest – 2018
Queensland Celtic Festival – 2017
RedFest – 2017 & 2018
Airlie Beach Festival of Music – 2015
Sandgate Bluewater Festival – 2015
Bony Mountain Music Festival – 2014 to 2016
Tamworth Country Music Festival – 2012 to 2020
Brisbane Irish Festival – 2012 to 2015
Neurum Creek Festival – 2011 & 2013
Gayndah Orange Festival – 2011
Redcliffe First Settlement Festival – 2010
Gympie Music Muster – 2009, 2010 & 2019
Australian Celtic Music Festival – 2009 to 2019, 2021 & 2022
Woodford Folk Festival – 2008
Festival Interceltique de Lorient, (Brittany) France – 2006 & 2016

HIGHLIGHTS & EVENTS

SwineSong Regional Community Concerts – 2022
SwineSong Woodford – 2021
Fortitude Music Hall – 2021
Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols – 2020
Empire Theatre, Toowoomba Concerts – 2020 to 2022
Mildura Arts Centre Concert – 2020
Opening Concert – Main Stage – Tamworth Country Music Festival – 2019
Woodford Community Concerts – 2018 & 2019
Sunpork Wine & Swine Night – 2018
Twin Towns Services Club Concert – 2018 & 2019
Live at The Triffid Concert – 2017 (Live concert DVD recording)
In concert with Qld Pops Orchestra – QPAC (Brisbane) & Toowoomba – 2017
Australasian Police & Emergency Services Games – 2016
In concert with Qld Pops Orchestra – QPAC (Brisbane), Caloundra & Gold Coast – 2014
EduTech 2014 – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre – 2014
International Police Association Young Officers International Forum – 2013
Australia v Ireland Test Match (International Rules) Metricon Stadium – 2011
Xtrata Conference Dinner – 2010
Ipswich International Tattoo – 2008
Qld Police Union Conference – 2007

PIG TRIVIA
During a full ensemble concert there are over 40 instruments being played on stage.  Not at the same time …  and not always proficiently.

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