Pyrenees Hideout Festival - A one-day Rock and Country Music Festival held in the Pyrenees Shire.Bringing the community together for a music event celebrating the region.

A one-day Rock and Country Music Festival held in the Pyrenees Shire.
Bringing the community together for a music event celebrating the region.

Pyrenees Hideout Festival

Saturday, 11 February 2023
12pm – 10pm
Goldfields Recreation Reserve, Beaufort, Victoria
All ages. Family friendly.

Pyrenees Hideout Festival is a one-day boutique rock and country music festival located in the Pyrenees Region of Victoria. Featuring Daryl Braithwaite, Kasey Chambers, The Black Sorrows, Travis Collins and more.

With a fully licensed bar, wine tasting, market and food stalls, children’s activities and entertainment, and special interest car display. Pyrenees Hideout Festival aims to bring the community together for a fun filled family day out.

A portion of proceeds to the event will support Rural & Remote Mental Health.

Hideout will feature music by some of Australia’s best musical talent including and more, Daryl Braithwaite, Kasey Chambers, Travis Collins joined by local and upcoming Victorian artists.
Ditch the car and catch a shuttle bus to and from the event from all major towns in the region including Ballarat, Avoca, Ararat, Daylesford and more. Book here.
Children’s workshops and entertainment, classic cars on display and a huge selection of market stalls and more – there is something for everyone at Pyrenees Hideout.
Make a weekend of it and enjoy Beaufort and surrounds. Limited local camping & caravan options are available.
The Pyrenees has some of the best wines in Australia. Hideout will showcase everything the region has to offer with food, wine and spirits. Make sure you grab a taster at one of the stalls.
Find out all about what Pyrenees Hideout Festival has in store for you, including the available Accessible facilities, what you can bring and more.

Supporting Rural & Remote Mental Health

Pyrenees Hideout proudly supports Rural & Remote Mental Health to help tackle isolation and depression in regional areas. 

There’s a mental health gap between major cities and the regions, and RRMH is changing that. With programs delivered in rural communities, their grassroots approach empowers people in small isolated or under-served communities to do what they do best: look out for each other. Rural Minds is designed by and for people living and working in rural and remote Australia. It focuses on prevention, education and awareness of mental illness and suicide while giving people the understanding and confidence to look after their mental health.

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Classic & Special Interest Car Applications

Got a car you’d love to show off? Bring it along to the Pyrenees Hideout Festival Classic & Special Interest Car Display.