The Church, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Living End and more join Bluesfest 2021 Lineup

The Bluesfest organisers have just announced the third batch of artists who will be performing at next year’s festival.

Legendary psych-rock group The Church will be making their Bluesfest debut, headlining this latest lineup announcement.

Adored singer and Eurovision 2019 star Kate Kate Miller-Heidke will hit the stage to showcase her amazing vocal talent.

Iconic punk rockers The Living End will be sure to deliver an exhilarating set to the eager crowd.

Rock legends The Angels will also perform what will be an unforgettable performance.

Another Aussie rock legend Ross Wilson and his band The Peaceniks pump out hit after hit, playing songs from the Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock catalogues.

Joining them are reggae/roots favourites Blue King Brown, led by the dynamic Nattali Rize. “Bluesfest is one of our favourite festivals on the planet. We’re looking forward to returning to Australian shores and bringing the full power Blue King Brown show home!” Says Rize.

Guitar virtuoso and three-time ARIA Award winner Jeff Lang returns for what will be his fifteenth Bluesfest performance.

Nashville based singer-songwriter Kara Grainger will also be performing, showcasing her soulful vocals and unique style of slide guitar.

Festival Director, Peter Noble OAM is proud of this year’s exceptional lineup and the many Australian artists that comprise it. “When it comes to musical talent Australia is an embarrassment of riches and it is a privilege to create a line up to clearly showcase that very fact.”

Once again, attendees will be invited to the beautiful green Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm located 10 minutes north of Byron Bay from April 1 – 5th 2021 to join next year’s festivities.

For the full lineup thus far and ticketing information, head to the official Bluesfest Website.

Ed Hirst

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