Deni Blues & Roots Festival Announces Free Camping Offer

If the pretty stellar line-up hasn’t already swayed you, here’s an extra incentive to go to the inaugural Deni Blues & Roots Festival in Deniliquin, NSW on the Easter long weekend.

Organisers have decided to throw in free camping to all ticket holders for the March 30 and 31 event, which is an offshoot of the Byron Bay BluesFest, and is headlined by Santana, Steve Miller Band and Chris Issak.

“Deni’s got such a great vibe surrounding it and it’s going to be a mainstay in the event calendar,” promoter Michael Chugg said.

“We want to make sure that people can come and check out this great festival and see what it’s all about – and what better way than with a free place to stay!”

Originally, those who wanted to camp on site at the festival had to purchase a special $75 camping ticket. If you have already done that, you’ll receive a full refund in your bank accounts in the coming days – and a letter in the mail with more information.

A variety of other premium camping options are still available at the festival for an additional cost, including powered sites and pre-erected tents. Click here for more information on those options.

Tickets for the Deni Blues & Roots Festival are $75-$150 for single day passes and $125-$250 for weekend passes. You can grab tickets to the festival from Ticketek and the event’s official website.

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