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Brunswick Music Festival Unveils Full 2014 Lineup

The fine folks behind Brunswick Music Festival have today dropped their full program lineup, including Mama Kin, Blair Dunlop, David Bridie and Frank Yamma, and FourPlay String Quartet, showing us exactly why there’s nowhere we’d rather be than Melbourne’s inner north this March.

Other names set to rock the festival include Jamie Macdowell and Tom Thum, La Sagra della Musica feat. Kavisha Mazzela, Santa Taranta, La Voce Della Luna, Love Over Gold, Melbourne Rhythm Project, Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club, Mikelangelo and The Big Mouth Choir, Miles and Simone, Peter Rowan Bluegrass Trio, Rory McLeod, plus many more.

They’re joining a super-sweet already announced lineup of Alaska String Band, Altan, Antonio Serrano, Breabach, Funny Folk featuring Kransky Sisters and Mic Conway’s National Junk Band, Hanggai, Louis McManus Memorial Concert with The Purple Dentists and Saoirse, and The Tiger Lillies.

Brunswick Music Festival kicks off with the famous Sydney Road Street Party on Sunday, 2nd March, followed by two weeks of sheer musical delight, rocking one of Melbourne’s most vibrant and stylin’ neighbourhoods for the 26th year running.

Tickets are on sale now through the Brunswick Music Festival website, where you can also find full details of all the events on the calendar.

Brunswick Music Festival 2014

Blair Dunlop (UK)

David Bridie and Frank Yamma

FourPlay String Quartet

Jamie Macdowell and Tom Thum

La Sagra della Musica feat. Kavisha Mazzela

Santa Taranta

La Voce Della Luna

Love Over Gold (US/AUS)

Mama Kin

Melbourne Rhythm Project

Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club

Mikelangelo and The Big Mouth Choir

Miles and Simone

Peter Rowan Bluegrass Trio (US)

Rory McLeod (UK)

Southern Cookin’ feat. Andy Baylor

Coral Lee and the Silver Scream

Le Blanc Bros Cajun Band

Moonee Valley Drifters and The Brunswick Old Time String Orchestra

SumSum

The Royal Jellies and Zulya and the Children of the Underground (RUSSIA/AUS)

Joining…

Alaska String Band (USA)

Altan (Ireland)

Antonio Serrano (Spain)

Breabach (Scotland)

Funny Folk featuring Kransky Sisters and Mic Conway’s National Junk Band (AUS)

Hanggai (Beijing)

Louis McManus Memorial Concert with The Purple Dentists and Saoirse (AUS)

The Tiger Lillies (UK)

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