Bluesfest’s 30th anniversary line-up continues to grow, today welcoming four new acts to the bill, including homegrown hero and festival favourite Tash Sultana.
The Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm celebration is just over 90 days away, with the likes of Jack Johnson, Iggy Pop, Jack White’s The Saboteurs, Norah Jones, Julia Stone and so many more confirming in recent months.
Sultana returns to the festival after a huge 2018, with Flow State seeing the artist sell out live shows across the globe while also picking up Blues and Roots Album of the Year at the ARIAs.
Joining Sultana on the latest announcement is New Zealand outfit SIX60, Sydney rockers Ocean Alley and Melbourne collective Amaru Tribe.
“Our 30th anniversary Bluesfest is on fire,” Festival Director Peter Noble said, with tickets reportedly selling faster than previous years.
“There are more announcements coming so stay tuned!”
Bluesfest returns to Byron Bay from April 18 – 22; head to the festival’s official website for ticket info, the current playing schedule and more.
Uni Bar, Wollongong
Thebarton Theatre, Torrensville
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Hobart
Hordern Pavilion, Moore Park
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Mindil Beach, Darwin
Fremantle Oval Precinct, Fremantle
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Tyagarah