They last played Bluesfest in 2006 and we are thrilled to announce The Black Keys are returning to Australia off the back of their successful 8th full-length album Turn Blue.
Remember the genius of the Zac Brown Band in 2013. They came to Bluesfest and set the tent on fire with their unique musical mix of Country, Rock, Bluegrass, Metal and even some Reggae
We welcome the mighty Alabama Shakes for their Bluesfest debut in 2015.
Perennial hit makers and three-time Grammy Award winners Train will be making their Bluesfest debut next Easter!
Without doubt one of the most popular Bluesfest performers is Michael Franti– and we are stoked that he is returning to Bluesfest in 2015.
The legendary George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, one of the most important innovators of funk music alongside James Brown, Sly Stone and the Funky Meters
Singer, poet, songwriter and national treasure - Paul Kelly is returning to the Bluesfest stage to showcase his brand new collaboration-based release The Merri Soul Sessions
Emerging from the studio after recording his dream project - the long awaited 'Dub Sessions' yet to be titled- Xavier Rudd returns with a full band: The United Nations.
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue are one of Bluesfest’s finest discoveries.
California’s Rebelution will be bringing their chilled Reggae beats to Bluesfest for the bands very first Australian performance.
In time for Bluesfest, SOJA will be releasing their fifth studio album featuring the single‘I Believe’co-written by and featuring Michael Franti.
The former Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson formed The Chris Robinson Brotherhood in 2011.
"THE talk of the festival on opening night was Power House vocalist Beth Hart” - Gold Coast Bulletin on Beth Hart at Bluesfest 2014
Two years ago Frank Turner made his first appearance at Bluesfest. His tent was packed out with adoring fans and intrigued passers-by.
Punk Rock and Mariachi will join forces when the one and only Mariachi El Bronx make their Bluesfest debut next Easter.
For their 5th trip to Bluesfest from Philadelphia USA to grace us with their eclectic mix of laid back Blues, Hip Hop and R&B
Suit up people, it’s time to throw yourselves back into the American age of early Jazz bars, String Ragtime, Country Blues and Western Swing-
Southampton Rock heavyweights Band of Skulls’ full-throttle live shows have earnt them a reputation amongst Australian audiences as one of the most accomplished, exciting live bands around.
‘Expect the Unexpected’ – RocKwiz returns for three more Bluesfest Spectaculars!!