Dashville Skyline Announces Full Lineup for 2017

Dashville Skyline
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Following a super exciting first artist announcement back in June, Americana and roots festival Dashville Skyline have returned to complete the full list of artists appearing at this year’s event.

Dashville Skyline has scored a coup with the announcement of US roots singer Valerie June when she’s in the country supporting Old Crow Medicine Show. ARIA award winners Oh Mercy make a welcome return to the Dashville stage and will also be joined by local buzz band The Teskey Brothers and Irish folk guru Declan O’Rourke.

The rest of the lineup is made up of Dashville Progress Society, Demi Mitchell, Lyle Dennis Express, Magpie Diaries, Ben Leece, Nicholas Connors, Fallon Cush, Jen Mize, Paddy McHugh, Lucie Thorne and Matt Walker. That’s the full lineup in the poster above.

Held in the bushland of the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Dashville Skyline takes place from the 29th September to the 1st October. Tickets for Dashville Skyline are on sale now – check out the official web site for more details.

Dashville HQ Announces Dashville On The Road Tour

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Dasville HQ, the Hunter Valley folks behind fan favourite festivals The Gum Ball, Dashville Skyline, PigSty in July and Thrashville, have announced their hitting the road with the announcement of their first ever Dashville On The Road Tour.

The concept has been boiling away for a while now but from the beginning of July it becomes a realisty with some of Dashville’s closest musical buddies showcasing in Branxton, Cronulla and Redfern.

The lineup for these shows includes James Thomson, BagheadMelody PoolMagpie Diaries, Dave Wells, Deanna Rose, Demi Mitchell, Jason Walker and Lyle Dennis plus other surprise guests.

For more information check out the official Dashville site here. The full list of dates for the tour are below:

Friday 7th July – Royal Federal Hotel, Branxton, NSW
Saturday 8th July – Brass Monkey, Cronulla, NSW
Sunday 9th July – The Bearded Tit, Sydney, NSW

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