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Why Frolic is different…

The very lovely and talented Akasha Temple interviewed Benjamin and Fleur, two of our management committee, recently as part of their Country Lounge chat series. They discuss how Frolic Festival came to be and how we’re different from many other festivals. We’re really proud of Frolic and hope to see you in 2020. Check out…

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2019 reflections and 2020 secrets!

The end of the year is always a great time for reflection so please indulge us a little with our end of year blog post! As we love giving away prizes, we announce the winner of our $50 Bunnings Voucher below. We also tease some secrets up our sleeve for next year with some hidden…

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Help us improve Frolic Festival for 2020!

Ballarat Frolic Festival will be back in 2020! But we want to hear from you so we can learn what worked, and what needs improvement. Complete our short survey here and go in the running to win a $50 Bunnings voucher. Your answers will be used to build and shape the festival next year. Thanks,…

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That’s a wrap on the 2019 Frolic Festival!

You turned up. You had fun. You laughed. You cried. You danced. You cheered. You engaged with local art. You met new people. You reconnected with old friends. You celebrated. You hugged. You stayed up late, and you got up early. You were visible in your support for the community, and you carried love in…

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Frolic makes WIN News AGAIN!

We’ve seen so much support from the broader community this year. We were really happy to talk with WIN News about the festival and why it means so much to the LGBTIQA+ community. You can see their news piece below. Though for the record, we said we hoped we’d have 2000 people attend throughout the…

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Philmah and the girls in Ballarat TONIGHT!

Check out this fantastic article in The Courier about Philmah, Jojo and Maude by Greg Gliddon. To read the rest of the fantastic article by Greg Gliddon from The Courier click here. Ticket sales have jumped up, and are cheaper if you book ahead – so jump on over to our program page and grab your…

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Community festival promoting visibility

Our fantastic coverage of this year’s Frolic Festival in The Courier continues with this article about two of our volunteers Max and Graham. Our volunteers are the backbone of the festival. Without their assistance, we wouldn’t be able to host twice the number of events as we did last year. Every volunteer has their own…

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Eyes down, balls out for Granny Bingo at Frolic

The Courier covers the grannies!                       In case you missed it, Greg Glidon from The Courier did an article on what you can expect this Saturday at Granny Bingo. You can read The Courier article here. It’s going to be a hoot on Saturday, and…

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