With single-day tickets now available, we thought, what better time to give a rundown on some incredible discovery acts to check out over the five days at Bluesfest.
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram is a man with Blues in his blood. 20-year-old guitarist, vocalist and songwriter is set to take the music world by storm and is an act you do not want to miss. Find out more here.
Making her Bluesfest Debut in 2020, English singer-songwriter Yola is certainly one to watch. The 36-year-old puts her own unique contemporary spin on country, producing songs that have reinvigorated the country music scene. Expect an exceptional sonic tapestry of orchestral strings, fiddle, steel, and shimmering tremolo guitars. Find out more about Yola here.
Steve ‘N’ Seagulls
Ever seen a band dressed in overalls, beaver hats and other clodhopper paraphernalia? Well now is your chance. Hailing from the North Pole, Steve ‘N’ Seagulls is a bluegrass(ish) band performing versions of classic rock tracks with an astonishing arsenal of acoustic instruments ranging almost the whole alphabet starting from accordion, banjo, Cajon, double bass and so on! Find out more here.
With a name like Greensky Bluegrass, it’s clear what kind of music this five-piece jam band plays. Their versatility is clearly portrayed in their electrifying live shows which are known for their ample solos showing off each member’s technical excellence. Find out more on Greensky Bluegrass here.
Tal Wilkenfeld is a bass virtuoso who is no stranger to the limelight. With highly praised reviews from Rolling Stone, Billboard and Forbes, don’t miss out on your chance to hear these dense, riff-heavy tracks with introspective lyrics proving her incredible songwriting abilities. Find out more on Tal Wilkenfield here.
You can find single day tickets here. Don’t miss your chance to catch this incredible acts this Easter.