Festival transforms into two-week event

By Bree Swift
May 26 2021 - 8:00pm
Wara (rice straw) art sculpture 'Murray Cod' constructed for the 2019 York Festival. Photo by Rob Pampling.
Wara (rice straw) art sculpture 'Murray Cod' constructed for the 2019 York Festival. Photo by Rob Pampling.

SINCE morphing from a small farmers market in 2014 to a festival in 2016, The York Festival has continued to evolve from a weekend to a two-week event, drawing 24,000 people to the town in 2019.

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