Illawarra Folk Festival organisers question NSW Liquor and Gaming regulation to come into effect March 1 that puts them in the High or Extreme risk category

Desiree Savage
Updated February 13 2019 - 1:37pm, first published February 11 2019 - 5:30pm
CHILLED: Women in Docs perform at the 2017 Illawarra Folk Festival. Any music festival (community run or not) with more than 2000 patrons will be bound by new statewide regulations. Picture: Georgia Matts
CHILLED: Women in Docs perform at the 2017 Illawarra Folk Festival. Any music festival (community run or not) with more than 2000 patrons will be bound by new statewide regulations. Picture: Georgia Matts

Operators of the Illawarra Folk Festival fear new regulations for music festivals may threaten the viability of their volunteer-run event.

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