Win a double pass to the biggest Australian festival of the year: Bluesfest Byron Bay!

Every year, Easter in Australia means one thing for music fans: Bluesfest. The annual Byron Bay festival bringing some of the finest acts from around Australia and the world to the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm just outside of Byron – and this year the lineup is without question their finest in years.

From the contemporary sounds of Grammy winner Kendrick Lamar to D’Angelo’s anticipated Bluesfest debut, Brian Wilson performing the classic Pet Sounds in full, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Portland heroes The Decemberists and local legends Hiatus Kaiyote, Bluesfest has something for everyone.

And now, we’re excited to give some of our lucky readers the chance to experience the iconic festival for themselves, with the event kindly providing us with one 5 Day double pass to the event and two 3 Day double passes (Saturday / Sunday / Monday) to give to you!

For your chance to win, fill out the form below, telling us in 25 words or less who you want to see most at the festival, what song you want to hear them play and why. For the full lineup, and playing schedule, head to bluesfest.com.au

This competition ends on March 7th at 10pm AEDT. Winners will be contacted by phone call the following day. Winners will need to provide confirmation they can attend the event within 24 hours, or the prize will be allocated to another winner. So please make sure to provide the email address and phone number you’re most accessible on!

No transport or accommodation is included in the prize – the winner will have to get themselves to the festival and look into accommodation options provided by the festival and in surrounding areas, including Byron Bay.

Bluesfest Byron Bay takes place from March 24th to 28th. All the details you need for the event are at Bluesfest.com.au

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Larry Heath

Founding Editor and Publisher of the AU review. You can follow him on Twitter @larry_heath or on Instagram @larryheath.

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