Melody Pool, Karl S. Williams & more round out huge Australian Music Week line up

Australian Music Week will be returning to Cronulla this November for three nights of epic live music throughout the town’s venues – with conferencing and various industry sessions peppered throughout each day, the event will be drawing hundreds upon hundreds down to this corner of NSW for some unmissable opportunities both on stage and off.

This week, the epic line up of performers has been revealed, with some of our own brightest lining up against some much anticipated international visitors. Celebrate live music with the following…


Alice Skye
Andrea Kirwin and band
Andrew Swift
Andy Golledge
Anne Kirkpatrick
Appalachian Heaven String Band
Bad Pony
Creatures At Leisure
Crystal Cities
Dave Wells
Diana Anaid
Do Moon (Reunion)
Dog Trumpet
Dylan Menzie (Canada)
Dylan Wright
E for Echo
Elegant Shiva
Eliza & The Delusionals
Fanny Lumsden
Fred Smith
Freya Josephine Hollick
Fripps & Fripps

Georgia State Line
Greta Stanley
Gretta Ziller
Hana and Jessie-Lee
Hanlon Brothers
Harrison Storm
Hermitage Green
Hot Potato Band
Hunter Adams
I M U R (Canada)
Jackie Dee
Jake Howden
Joel Leffler
Jordan Kenny
Karl S. Williams
Kingston County
Lachlan Bryan and The Wildes
Leanne Tennant
Letters to Lions
Liam Gerner
Lilly Among Clouds (Germany)
Lloyd Spiegel
Louise Burns (Canada)

Magpie Diaries
Mama Kin
Matt Ward
Melody Moko
Melody Pool
Milo Green
Minnie Marks
Monique Clare
Neil Murray
Not Good With Horses
Nothing Like You
Owen Campbell
Paddy McHugh
Paper Lions (Canada)
Rhythm Hunters
Rick Dangerous & the Silkie Bantams

Sam Buckingham
Scenic Route to Alaska (Canada)
Shaun Kirk
Shred Kelly (Canada)
Small Town Romance
Terra Lightfoot (Canada)
The Ahern Brothers
The April Family
The Audreys
The Bean Project
The Dead Love
The Go Set
The Hundy Pers
The Kava Kings
The Knots

The Lovely Days
The Morrisons
The Nukes (NZ)
The Raglins
The Rucksaks
The Wildbloods
Tuppaware Party
Will Anderon
Wille and The Bandits (UK)
William Crighton
Yetti Calzone

Says Australian Music Week Director, Geoff Trio, “It’s our third year and we’re proud to say that we’ve put together an amazing collection of Australia’s best emerging talent, across all genres and styles, and we’re really looking forward to having these artists showcase their talents this spring.”

Tickets are on sale now via Oztix while the purchase of your festival wristband grants you access to all participating venues throughout the event series.


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