Another Bluesfest favourite The Cat Empire are back in 2013, with a bunch of new music which is said to see them returning with the same spirit
It’s been said that ‘It’s impossible not to love Fat Freddy’s Drop.’ ( DJ Magazine, UK) and we couldn’t agree more
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.
‘Expect the Unexpected’ – RocKwiz returns for three more Bluesfest Spectaculars!!
Bluesfest audiences are in for a treat this Easter when Australia’s most innovative and powerful surf rock band
The Beasts of Bourbon are a fusion of blues-based pub rock and punk and as their name suggests, the group has a reputation for downing a few bevies on stage
Karise Eden, the first winner of The Voice Australia, will be wowing the crowd with her soulful voice that is well beyond her 19 years.
Voted as Australia’s fourth Best Band in the Melbourne Age, The Bamboos have earned themselves the reputation of being Australia’s greatest modern Funk & Soul band
The concept of The Beards is simple - A folk rock band that exclusively perform songs about just one subject: Beards.
Due to countless requests and their epic performance every time they make an appearance at BLUESFEST we had to ask MELBOURNE SKA ORCHESTRA (MSO) back again
You may remember The Snowdroppers from previous Bluesfest’s, the gutter Americana blues-rock showmen with a reputation of singing about fornication and intoxication
“…rootsy brand of rock 'n'roll that lands somewhere between Bruce Springsteen and Joe Strummer.” The Daily Telegraph
Grey Ghost is not your average rapper / hip -hop artist. Arising from the death of Melbourne beat experimentalists The Melodics; Grey Ghost is a one-man journey
Rockhampton boys ’s Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou’s unique blend of folk soaked pop that is Busby Marou is back for Bluesfest.
“….nine-piece soul-revivalists Saskwatch are one of the most electrifying outfits to emerge onto the Australian musical landscape in recent memory” Lachlan Kanoniuk, Beat Magazine
The Wilson Pickers are the coming together of some of the country’s finest songwriters, to make music best played around kitchen table, on back porches and FESTIVALS
From humble beginnings in a shed atop an isolated outcrop, to the mainstage at this year’s Bluesfest – the phenomenon of the Round Mountain Girls
Perennial BLUESFEST favourite and dynamic duo HAT FITZ & CARA ROBINSON are bringing their truly unique old times Blues and Celtic sound back to the BLUESFEST stage.
After their high impact, ‘exposing’ performance at Bluesfest 2012 (those who were lucky enough to be in the crowd will know exactly what we mean)
No doubt about this one folks: If you want to be captivated with this authentic ‘journey back in time’ to the days of peace love and bean sprouts
Lil' Fi is one of Australia's most original roots music blues divas. She is a brassy entertainer with a unique song writing style
Ross Ward first appeared at Bluesfest back in ’95 with the late Wiley Reed, where the idea for the band Wards Xpress
All Stage & Playing time yet to be advised. Please note: Artist Schedule is not guaranteed and is subject to change without notification