Dan Sultan, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Mia Dyson and more added to Bluesfest 2018
As if we didn’t have an already exploding line-up to look forward to, Bluesfest 2018 has just added more mouthwatering names to the Roots, Blues and Groove celebration.
One of Australia’s most prolific songwriters Dan Sultan will be returning his rich and soulful voice and Rock charms back to the festival.
Bringing their modern folk harmonies to the event, All Our Exes Live In Texas also feature on Bluesfest 2018 artist Kesha’s career defining song ‘Praying’ which has become the anthem for the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements around the world.
Performing two shows at Bluesfest, Oz-Blues originators Chain will be celebrating 50 years since forming together in 1968.
Making a return to Bluesfest are the fiery and powerful soul singers Con Brio; multi-award-wing Blues/Soul troubadour Shaun Kirk; and multiple ARIA and APRA award-winning artist Mia Dyson, who was also recently named one of Australia’s top 25 guitarists of all time.
Also assembling for Bluesfest are electro soul vocalist Caiti Baker; the captivating and deeply honest Steve Smyth; the founding members of Mental As Anything, brothers Peter O’Doherty and Reg Mombassa from Dog Trumpet; and the smooth sounds of Hip-Hop, R’n’B, Soul and Jazz fusers The Hanlon Brothers.
Festivalgoers will be treated to 12 hours of music each day on multiple stages, plus delicious food and market stalls and on site camping in a range of accommodation options.
Byron Bay Bluesfest will be held at the beautiful Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm over the Easter long weekend from Thursday 29 March to Monday 2 April.
Book your tickets here to avoid missing out on seeing your favourite artists all in the one place.