Byron Bay Bluesfest

Festival & Camping Tickets on sale NOW!
Thursday 2 April to Monday 6 April 2015
Bluesfest wins 2010 Australian Event of the Year!

The Lotus Palace

Jon Anderson- The Voice of YES

One of the most recognisable & influential voices in progressive rock, as the lead vocalist and creative force behind the band Yes


Playing for Change - Unplugged

If you ever needed an excuse to hear some truly incredible music performed by a bunch of the most talented and seasoned musicians from all corners of the globe, here it is


Russell Morris

Russell Morris is one of Australia's most enduring singers. A major pop star in the late '60s, he went on to become one of the country's first singer/songwriters.


Leah Flanagan

Over the past decade Leah’s pursuit of creating something truly special has not only taken her around the world, but across the genre map. From her strikingly simple and direct solo recordings, to her numerous festival appearances she has built a career on always looking ahead – taking that next creative leap to make something that inspires her as much as her audiences.



Tjupurru is a proud descendant of the Djabera Djabera tribe of the West Australia Kimberleys. He moved to Cairns (North Queensland) where he first heard the didj music of Gondwanaland.


Thelma Plum

At only 18 years old, Brisbane's Thelma Plum already has a few awards tucked under her belt, including Triple J's unearthed competition in 2012.


Mae Wilde

Mae Wilde is the secret love child of Oscar Wilde and Mae West.Mae West was the only woman Oscar Wilde ever loved….Such was her power over men.


All Stage & Playing time yet to be advised. Please note: Artist Schedule is not guaranteed and is subject to change without notification

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