The Queenscliff Music Festival Reveals Second Lineup Announcement

Queenscliff
Image Courtesy of The Queenscliff Music Festival

The Queenscliff Music Festival has just added a bunch more artists to its 2017 lineup and once again there’s plenty for Timber and Steel readers to get excited about.

Joining the likes of Bernard Fanning, Mama Kin & Spender, The Teskey Brothers and Xavier Rudd this year will be Allysha Joy, The Bamboos, Beccy Cole, Bob Evans, Hat Fitz & Cara, Jazz Party, Little Georgia, Mia Dyson, Sammy J, The Southern River Band, Stella Donnelly and The Wilson Pickers with more to be announced soon.

The Queenscliff Music Festival is held in Queenscliff, Victoria from the 24th to 26th November – check out the official site for more details.

Bluesfest Review: Saturday Celebration


Vintage Trouble at Bluesfest. Photos by Stuart Bucknell Photography

It’s Saturday and celebration day! Yes, we’re marking a birthday so today includes a sleep in and much frivolity throughout the day.

After arriving via the southern car park and gate, you stroll straight to The Wilson Pickers’ 2pm set at Jambalaya to be greeted by a decadent, slow building guitar intro coupled with the howling harmonica and sublime close harmonies of “Man of Misery.” It’s a striking and beautiful balance between the full sound of 5 part harmonies and 5 stringed instruments all having their moment to shine and lead the way. Through you’re treated to their playful interaction with the audience and every opportunity to clap along. In particular, they give a real gift with a stunning, spine tingling rendition of Jolene!

After stopping to grab a doughnut (who needs birthday cake when you can have a hot, chocolate filled doughnut!?) you’re ready to kick back and take in the sparkling wit and cheek of Billy Bragg. It’s 4:30pm and the Crossroads stage is already overflowing for this sure fire favourite. Sitting outside, we’re bathed in afternoon sun with an enormous Bragg on screen in front of us. He’s jovial, tongue firmly in cheek, and you would hardly even notice he’s performing solo, his sheer personality and presence fills the stage. Irreverent and political as always, he’s not shy of poking fun at himself, especially when he gets his own songs wrong. His sarcastic wit is razor sharp as he quips “thank goodness it’s not one of those gigs with great big screens either side of stage that show the worried look on your face!” to which we all laugh heartily.

We all expect a Dylan cover, but Bragg’s signature mischief makes it current, changing lyrics to become “But the times, they are a changing BACK!” much to the glee of the audience. Bragg continues to make every piece of his set relevant to right now. One of the more pertinent moments is when he claims “Sexuality rules do not apply to me. There is a crisis in masculinity. This weekend, men all over will be pressurised in to doing things they don’t want to. For many, many years our sisters have rightly fought against the pressure to be a domestic goddess. Now it’s our turn to resist the pressure to be a DIY demon. Admit we’re never going to be as good at shit as our Dad’s were. To a man with a hammer in their hand, everything looks like a nail. That nail will never go in straight no matter how many times we bang it in. There are other ways to express your innate masculine creativity.” He has personality in spades and it’s the first time we’ve seen him live. It’s not his musicality hat commands attention, but his personality and attitude of inclusion and solidarity. He even gets a rarity at festivals, an encore, with the entire crowd singing along to “A New England”.

With our stomachs and cheeks hurting from laughing, we head back to the Crossroads stage at 6pm to catch Vintage Trouble’s guaranteed wowser of a show. They astounded us last year and this year is no different. Blasting on to the stage, they are full of energy and aim to please. A non-stop soul overload, with a cherry on top as Beth Hart joins the extravaganza on stage for “Run Baby, Run”.

We pop over to the neighbouring Jambalaya stage to catch the end of feisty Irish Mythen’s set, whom we lost our minds over last year. The atmosphere is thick with joy and the jovial feel only increases as we step inside, just in time for a stirring, completely a Capella rendition of Joplin’s “Mercedes Benz”, with every voice joining and all hands clapping. Mythen delivers a powerhouse, gut wrenching finale to  such a well known and loved song, complete with huge notes and a deserved enormous crowd response. In a delightful surprise finish, Mythen is joined on stage by an adorable toddler, Lois, the daughter of Cass Eager (who also joins them on stage). Mythen comments that “Four walls are very special to me. If the people around you are happy and healthy and you’ve got a roof over your head, you’re too goddamn rich” to introduce Eager giving a stunning a Capella performance of “None of that Matters” and to finish the set, Mythen tears the house down and fires up the crowd with her signature “Jesus Be Reasonable”.

We swing by the Crossroads stage to catch Beth Hart’s 7.30pm set and are met with a sassy, powerful, soulful performance with a delicate balance between the power and energy of the full band and the intimacy of her solo moments. The soul soaked blues wrap us all in familiarity while the funky piano riffs as Hart takes to the keyboard picks us all up in mood and energy for “Spirit of God”. The way Hart strikes a harmony between solemn piano interludes and the visceral, earthy backing from the band is mesmerising.

At 9pm we stop in at the Mojo stage and watch curiously as Sir Rosevelt’s video intro sets the scene, complete with moody tones and high production values. The crowd welcomes the band to the stage, the dapper gents and their instant impact of powerful, punctuated lyrics from lead singer Zac Brown energises the crowd and takes us in a direction we really didn’t anticipate! Some really divine slide guitar has their sound soaked in strings and attitude. Here we were thinking this was going to be an electrified pop-folk showcase, but then they bring on the dance! The instant reaction from us all is, “Woah!!” as a full scale dance track, complete with choreographed dancers smashes expectations and takes over the stage. We can hardly believe the combination of the funk laden dance with acoustic guitars! It’s a crazy, weird but funky meld of the two genres, pop-folk and dance, but we like it as we groove into the night.

To finish the night, we indulge in a quick stop to see Nahko and Medicine for the People at 9.30pm at the Jambalaya stage. We caught glimpses of them last year so make an effort to take in some of their set before departing for home. Filling the stage with energy and the vibe of fully intertwined workings of a 6-piece ensemble, the diversity is all encompassing with lots of influences and sounds melding together to create musical medicine for the people. They pack a punch with a very upbeat and full sound, enveloping us with their combination of rock and horns and strings. It feels like Power-folk!

After another huge day, we head for home and look forward to what is still to come over the next two days.

Missed Friday? Come for a walk with us through Bluesfest on Good Friday.
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Highlights from Saturday at Bluesfest

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The Full Port Fairy Folk Festival Line Up

Port Fairy
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The Port Fairy Folk Festival is undoubtedly one of the biggest events on the folk music calendar and once again 2017 is shaping up to be an amazing event.

The full lineup of the 2017 Port Fairy Folk Festival has been released and it features a bunch of amazing artists including Willie Watson, Melody Pool, Lior, Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders, Afenginn, Boo Hewerdine, Charm of Finches, Eddi Reader, Folk Uke, Gretta Ray, Martha Tilston, Mel Parsons, Paul Kelly & Charlie Owen, The Changing Room, The Crooked Fiddle Band, The Dead Maggies, The Waifs, The Wilson Pickers, The Young Folk and many more.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival takes place from the 10th through to the 13th March in Port Fairy, Victoria. For more information including how to get your hands on tickets check out the official site here.

The full Port Fairy Folk Festival lineup is below:

8 Foot Felix, Afenginn, Aoife Scott, Backsliders, Barry Versus Kelly, Bazzookas, Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart, Big Rory & Ochie, Bikerina, Boo Hewerdine, Buckman Coe, Buried Country, Burke & Wills: The Expedition By Ashley Davies, Bush Gothic, Chaos Magnet, Charles Jenkins, Charm of Finches, Christine Collister & Michael Fix, Circular Circus – Heidi Hoops, Cookin’ On 3 Burners with Tex Perkins & Stella Angelico, Danny Spooner, Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier, Dog Trumpet, Don Walker, Dori Freeman, Dubmarine, Eddi Reader, Ewen Baker, Featherhead, Fem Belling, Folk Uke, Gawurra, Giant Seagulls, Graeme James, Gretta Ray, Hey Mammoth, Hollie Smith, Jemma & The Clifton Hillbillies, JVG Guitar Method, Karma County, Krazy Koala Puppet Show, Kutcha Edwards Trio, Les Poules a Colin, Lior, Lisnacrieve, Manu Delago, MarimbaTaters, Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders, Martha Tilston, Mel Parsons, Melody Pool, Mercan Dede, Mexrrissey, Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission, Miss Amber & Stukulele, Mr Qwirk, Mr Wizowski, Mundy, Nancie Schipper, Neil Murray, Nhatty Man & Gara, Nick Nicholas, Paul Kelly & Charlie Owen, Phil Wiggins & Dom Turner, Red the Clown, Roo Panes, Sarah Carroll & the Left Wing, Seamus Begley Trio, Sport Suzie, Steve Boyd’s Rum Reverie, Suzannah Espie, Kerri Simpson, Barb Waters & Alison Ferrier, Tash Sultana, TEK TEK Ensemble, The Bean Project, The Changing Room, The Chipolatas present ‘Chipolatino’!, The Crooked Fiddle Band, The Dead Maggies, The Drowsy Maggies, The Jerry Cans, The Low Down Riders, The Mik Maks, The Mission Songs Project, The New Savages, The Pinks Play The Blues, The Scrims, The Skeleton Club, The Southern Ocean Sea Band, The Waifs, The Wilson Pickers, The Young Folk, Thomas Hugh, Tim Wheatley, TimTim, Van Morrison’s “Masterpieces” Presented by Vince Jones & The Astral Orchestra, Vika & Linda, Warsaw Village Band, Willie Watson, Yirrmal

Thank Folk It’s Friday – 2nd September

TFIF

This Week in Folk

All the News From The Week That Was

– We premiered the new video from Sydney singer-songwriter Sam Newton, “Hold You Down”. Details here

Jack Carty released his brand new video “A Way With Me”. Details here

Henry Wagons announced a massive national tour. Details here

– The full lineup for the Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival includes 10 String Symphony, Bluegrass Parkway, Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, Mike Compton, Catgut, Fred Smith, John Flanagan, Liz Frencham & Robbie Melville, Rebecca Bastoli, Rowena Wise, String Theories, The Barkers Vale Brothers, The Black Mountain String Band, The Company, The Mae Trio, The Plough, The Squeezebox Trio, Wayward Angels and many more. Details here

– Alt-country supergroup The Wilson Pickers have announced tour dates through to the end of the year. Details here

Bon Iver released their new single “33 “GOD””. Details here

– Sideshows have been announced for Out On The Weekend for Robert Ellis and The Perfect Strangers, Joshua Hedley, Joe Pug, Lindi Ortega and The Cactus Blossoms. Details here

– American folk rockers The Head and The Heart will release their new album Signs of Light this month. Details here

– Tasmanian folk-punk festival HOBOFOPO released the final additions to their lineup including Craicpot, FOPO DJ, Runebilly Rattle, The Dominic Francis Grief Ensemble, Quinton Trembath, Andy Paine, All The Best, The Dead Peasants, Ryan Garth & Emily Wolfe Duo, BrodyGreg and GT Mongrel. Details here

– Singer-songwriters Melody Pool and Peter Bibby announced a co-headline tour. Details here

– American bluegrassers The Brothers Comatose have announced Australian headline dates. Details here

Releases This Week

Southern Loss
Southern LossKaurna Cronin
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Mal Webb
Not Nor MalMal Webb
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Nick Payne
Rise Up Like A RiverNick Payne
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Timber and Steel Recommends – Go To This Gig

Porch Light Sessions feat. The Tawny Owl String Band, Hollie Matthew, Burrows

Burrows

If you live in Sydney you know that the Porch Light Sessions are synonymous with quality, but the September edition takes it up a notch with amazing artists The Tawny Owl String Band, Hollie Matthew and Burrows (above)

Thursday 8th September – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

Gigs Next Week

Acoustics Anonymous feat. Ben Camden, Roland Kay-Smith
Wednesday 7th September – Newtown Social Club, Sydney, NSW

All Our Exes Live In Texas
Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September – Lorne Festival of Performing Arts, Lorne, VIC

Andy Golledge, Caitlin Harnett, Leroy Lee Trio
Saturday 3rd September – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

BANFF x Caitlin Park
Friday 2nd September – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane, QLD

Bity Booker w/ Mindy Sotiri
Thursday 8th October – The Gasoline Pony, Sydney, NSW

Bryan Estepa & The Tempe Two
Saturday 3rd September – The Gasoline Pony, Sydney, NSW

Darren Cross w/ Jack Elias, Max S. Porter
Friday 9th September – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

Dustin Tebbutt
Saturday 3rd September – Elsewhere The Rooftop, Newcastle, NSW

Fanny Lumsden & The Thrillseekers
Friday 2nd September – Ladysmith Hall, Ladysmith, NSW
Saturday 3rd September – Whitton Hall, Whitton, NSW
Friday 9th September – Majors Creek Hall, Majors Creek, NSW

Folkswagon
Wednesday 7th September – Cafe Lounge, Sydney, NSW

Formidable Vegetable Sound System, Mal Webb
Friday 9th September – Camelot Lounge, Sydney, NSW

Harry Manx
Friday 2nd September – Clarendon, Katoomba, NSW
Saturday 3rd September – Camelot Lounge, Sydney, NSW
Sunday 4th September – The Basement, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 7th September – Heritage, Bulli, NSW
Thursday 8th September – Milton Theatre, Milton, NSW
Friday 9th September – The Abbey, Canberra, ACT

Heartbreaker Sessions feat. Jason Walker
Sunday 4th September – The Bearded Tit, Sydney, NSW

Jack Carty, Emily Barker & Jordan Millar
Friday 2nd September – The Milk Factory, Brisbane, QLD

John Flanagan Trio
Saturday 3rd September – The Wesley Anne, Melbourne, VIC

Kevin Bennett, Luke Escombe, Bittersweet
Saturday 3rd September – The Shack, Sydney, NSW

Key To The Highway, Bree De Rome
Friday 2nd September – The Gasoline Pony, Sydney, NSW

King Street Crawl
Sunday 4th September – Newtown, Sydney, NSW

Lazy Colts
Sunday 4th September – Hotel Blue, Katoomba, NSW

Liz Stringer
Saturday 3rd September – Darwin Railway Club, Darwin, NT
Sunday 4th September – GYRACC, Katherine, NT
Wednesday 7th September – El Questro, Durack, WA
Thursday 8th September – Gulliver’s Tavern, Kununurra, WA
Friday 9th September – Divers Tavern, Broome, WA

Lorne Festival of Performing Arts
Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September – Lorne, VIC

Martha Marlow w/ Jonathan Zwartz, Mike Nock
Friday 9th September – Sydney, NSW

M.E. Baird
Sunday 4th September – BS’A Project Space, Mullumbimby, NSW

Neurum Creek Music Festiva
Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September – Neurum Creek Bush Retreat, QLD

Porch Light Sessions feat. The Tawny Owl String Band, Hollie Matthew, Burrows
Thursday 8th September – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

Redfest
Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September – Redlands Showground, Brisbane, QLD

Roadhouse Rockabilly feat. Cruisin’ Deuces
Thursday 8th September – Miss Peaches, Sydney, NSW

Sydney Bluegrass & Old Time Music Get-Together
Saturday 3rd September – Annandale Community Centre, Sydney, NSW

The Wild Wild Inner West Revue feat. Sam Newton, Brielle Davis
Sunday 4th September – Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW

Wirrina Bluegrass and Acoustic Roots Festival
Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September – Wirrina Cove Holiday Park, Wirrina, SA

Friday Folk Flashback

“In Dreams” – Ben Howard

I heard this in a shop last week and was reminded about just how good it is.

Mullum Music Festival Adds New Artists to 2016 Lineup

Julia Jacklin
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As if the Mullum Music Festival lineup wasn’t exciting enough they’ve gone ahead and announced a bunch more amazing artists.

And as always there’s a bunch of Timber and Steel favourites littered throughout the latest announcement including Yirrmal, The Wilson Pickers, Jordie Lane & The Sleepers, Julia Jacklin (above), Áine Tyrrell, Ethno Folk Orchestra, Claire Anne Taylor, Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel, Liz Stringer, The Button Collective and many more.

The Mullum Music Festival takes place in the northern NSW town of Mullumbimby from the 17th to 20th November. Tickets are already on sales – check the official site for details.

The full lineup of artists announced so far are below:

Eilen Jewell (USA), The Harpoonist and The Axe Murderer (Canada), Julien Baker (USA), Skunkhour, Lior, Tash Sultana, Henry Wagons & The Only Children, Olympia, Gareth Liddiard (The Drones), Matt Andersen (Canada), Fourplay String Quartet, Suzannah Espie, Yirrmal, Ajak Kwai (South Sudan), William Crighton, Bobby Alu & The Palm Royale, King Tide, Hat Fitz & Cara Robinson, The Wilson Pickers, Jordie Lane & The Sleepers, Epizo Bangor (West Africa), Julia Jacklin, Sahara Beck, The Meltdown, Áine Tyrrell, Allensworth (USA), Ethno Folk Orchestra, Claire Anne Taylor, King Curly, Tina Harrod, Yeshe, TEK TEK Ensemble, Arakwal Dancers, Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel, Jo Jo Smith, Madeline Leman and The Desert Swells, Liz Stringer, The Buckleys, Mandy Nolan, Laura Targett, The Windy Hills, Hamish Stuart: ‘Someone Else’s Child’, Round Mountain Girls, The Old School Funk Band, Miss Renee Simone, The Golden Mile, Ladyslug, The Button Collective, Shelly Brown, Honey & Knives, Mrs Miyagi, Lez Karski Trio, Tullara, Levingstone, The Hottentots, Two Lions, Ben Wilson and The Job Seekers, Sali Bracewell, Aloha Baby, Dustyesky, Mario Queen of the Circus, Spaghetti Circus, Funmaker Silent Disco, Sal Kimber Bush Dance, Raise The Roof Gospel Choir, Wild Science, Roundabout Theatre, The Biggest Little Town Choir, The Cassettes, The Magic Bus

Dashville Skyline 2016 Announces First Lineup

The Brothers Comatose
Image Courtesy of The Brothers Comatose

Hunter Valley Americana, folk and alt-country festival Dashville Skyline dropped its 2016 lineup last week and it’s pretty sweet.

The organisers are backing up a fantastic 2015 event with a lineup headlined by music royalty Brian Cadd and San Francisco folk and bluegrass band The Brothers Comatose. Joining them will be plenty of names Timber and Steel readers will be familiar with including The Wilson Pickers, Melody Pool, Raised by Eagles, The Hello Morning, Jess Ribeiro, Davey Craddock & the Spectacles, Karl S. Williams, Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats, Irish Mythen and Andy Golledge Band with many more still to be announced.

Dashville Skyline takes place in the Hunter Valley Friday 30th September to Sunday 2nd October – for more information check out the official site here.

Riverboats Announces 2016 Lineup

Missy Higgins
Image Courtesy of Missy Higgins

The Riverboats music festival last week revealed its 2016 lineup and it’s definitely one to get Timber and Steel fans excited.

Along with headliners Missy Higgins, You Am I, The Church and CW Stoneking, Riverboats also boasts Skyscraper Stan & The Commission Flats, Ruby Boots, Jack Carty, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, The Wilson Pickers, Jess Ribeiro, Oh Mercy and more.

Riverboats is set to take place on the banks of the Murray River at Echuca-Moama, VIC from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st February, 2016. For more information including how to get your hands on tickets check out the official site here.

The Inaugural Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest Announces Its Lineup

Kasey Chambers
Image Courtesy of Kasey Chambers

The brand new kid on the festival block is the Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest and judging by its inaugural lineup it will be making a big splash.

The Murwillumbah Country Roots Fest will this year be headlined by Kasey Chambers (above) as well as featuring a bunch of Timber and Steel favourites including The Audreys, Shane Howard, Archie Roach, Busby Marou, Bill Chambers, Henry Wagons, Pierce Brothers, Good Oak, The Davidson Brothers, Harry Hookey, The Wilson Pickers, Melody Pool, Karl S. Williams, Lachlan Bryan, Caitlin Harnett, The Mid North, Garett Kato, Katie Brianna, Sara Tindley, The Company, Mustered Courage, Gretta Ziller and many many more.

The festival will be held at the Murwillumbah Showgrounds in Northern NSW from the 2nd to 5th October this year. To get more information including how to get your hands on tickets check out the official web site here.

Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass Announces First Round of Artists for 2015

Wilson Pickers
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After a successful inaugural event in 2014 the Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass returns in 2015 with an already amazing lineup. Held in Bangalow in the Byron hinterland, the Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass will this year take place on the 7th and 8th August.

The first round of artists for Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass were announced last week and it’s looking pretty exciting. The lineup so far includes the likes of The Wilson Pickers (above), The Company, Green Mohair Suits, Hussy Hicks, Sian Evans, The Button Collective and the Cath Cooper All-Stars.

The Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass will feature an old-time variety show on the opening night, a picker’s competition and of course the now famous low ‘n’ slow BBQ competition.

For more information about Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass check out the official site here.

The Bello Winter Music Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup

Milk Carton Kids
Image Courtesy of The Milk Carton Kids

This week a brand new festival slipped onto the scene with a lineup that is bound to make any readers of Timber and Steel squeal with excitement.

The Bello Winter Music Festival is a brand new weekend festival held in Bellingen, NSW from the 2nd to 5th July this year. Bello is the sister festival to the magnificent Mullum Music Festival so you know it’s going to be pretty special.

This year’s lineup is headed up by US folk duo The Milk Carton Kids (who are yet to announce any other Australian dates) and also features Timber and Steel favourites like Ash Grunwald, TinPan Orange, Marlon Williams, The Wilson Pickers, Lucie Thorne & Hamish Stuart, Perch Creek, Jack Carty, Karl S Williams, The Mid North, The Button Collective, Starboard Cannons, Sara Tindley, Oh Pep! and many many more.

“Bellingen has a similar counter-culture to Mullumbimby; it’s just back from the coastal tourist destinations and it’s a naturally beautiful area.” Glenn Wright, director of Bello Winter Music Festival and Mullum Music Festival explained. “Just like Mullumbimby, Bellingen has a diverse community, a long history of environmentalism and a vibrant local music scene. A third of the Bello line-up is made up of local musicians from Bellingen and the Coffs Coast area. Both festivals are dedicated to programming new and emerging artists – local, national and international – I’m sure Bello Winter Music, like Mullum Music Festival, will become ‘one to watch’ for exciting new acts. Creating a partner winter festival in Bellingen rather than expanding Mullum Music Festival means another community can reap the benefits of a small scale, community run festival. The Bellingen community is deeply involved in every aspect of the festival. It has been inspiring working with them to create a unique, authentic celebration of their town.”

For more information about the Bello Winter Music Festival check out the official web site here. The full lineup is below:

The Milk Carton Kids (US), Ash Grunwald, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Tinpan Orange, Dubmarine, Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders, Ainslie Wills, Bullhorn, Arte Kanela Flamenco, Rasa Duende, Fourplay String Quartet, The Wilson Pickers, Lucie Thorne & Hamish Stuart, Perch Creek, Jack Carty, Sketch The Rhyme, Jones Jnr, The Seven Ups, Captain Dreamboat, Gabriel & Cecilia, Karl S Williams, Yeshe, Greg Sheehan, Kym Pitman with Chris Judd, The Mid North, The Button Collective, Starboard Cannons, Sara Tindley, Oh Pep!, The Ninth Chapter, Ebb n Flo, Golden Zephyr, Bunya, Jealous Wolfe, Mr Pip, Horns On Helium, DidJital, Tim Stokes, Honey & Knives, Shanteya & Jo, Tegan Wiseman, Yhan Leal, Fish on Fire, The Bollywood Sisters, The Cassettes, Sohum Women’s Choir, Voices From The Vacant Lot, Roundabout Theatre, talks, workshops, Bellingen LeaF (Learning Festival), THE MAGIC BUS and much more to be announced

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