Big just got bigger.
Bluesfest just keeps getting bigger.
The first bunch.
Ticket sales for the 2017 event have been massive so far
A NSW Police Force spokesperson has confirmed a 44-year-old man was found dead in his car at Bluesfest. Paramedics attempted to revive the man after his friends alerted a medic at around 2:30pm yesterday but he could not be saved. Forensic investigators were called to the scene and a post-mortem is being conducted to determine
Byron Bay Bluesfest chief Peter Noble has given a more promising forecast for the Australian festival market than most are used to hearing, recently telling The Music that not only is his popular blues and roots event going strong, but that many other promoters also have reason to smile. “We’ve done pretty well pretty much
It feels like we were only just at Bluesfest in Byron Bay last week, chilling and catching some amazing live music, but apparently that was a whole five months ago and it’s just about time to do it all again, with the first announce for the 2014 edition set for next Tuesday, 27th August. This
A new report has shown that Bluesfest is not only a great celebration of music but also a pleasant boost for the economy for Northern Rivers and Byron Bay shires, and the state of NSW. Lawrence Consulting calculated that Bluesfest accounts for 2.1% the Byron Shire’s Gross Regional Product. The festival’s attendance is comprised of
No more than two days ago, Music Feeds published the best bits from electronic artist Diplo’s rider, just for a laugh. However, today, we’ve discovered an even better rider. Taking things beyond outrageous requests, the man behind the Iggy rider, Jos Grain, has created a mammoth 28-page document, which outlines the requests for the band
Sister event to Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, the 2013 lineup for Fremantle’s West Coast Blues & Roots Festival has been announced, and it’s a monster. Sporting a similar roster of acts to the Bluesfest lineup, the two-day festival will be headlined by Robert Plant, Iggy and the Stooges and Ben Harper. The additional announcement of another
Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant will headline Bluesfest 2013
Splendour in the Grass continues to meet opposition from locals, including Bluesfest director Peter Noble, as the festival attempts to return to Byron Bay.