Bluesfest has added even more artists to their stacked 2020 line-up.
Melbourne artist Harts joins the line-up, where he’s set to bring his Harts Plays Hendrix show. The show, which sees Harts pay tribute to the legendary Jimi Hendrix, premiered in Melbourne to a sold-out Recital Centre in early 2019.
Micki Free, Here Come The Mummies, Dami Im, Morgane Ji, Emily Wurramara, Dirty Honey, Roshani, My Baby, Hussy Hicks, Lambros and The Regime have all been added to the Easter long weekend festival.
“I just love our ‘discovery’ artists announcements. You may already know some of the names, however I’m sure you’ll find some real gems in here,” said Bluesfest’s Peter Noble OAM.
“These new discoveries form the artists who make Bluesfest the musical experience we are. I think each artist in this announcement brings something very special, and you’d be delighted if you could catch a performance from everyone announced; trust me when I tell you they will leave you wanting for more…
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“Seeing and hearing hundreds of potential new discoveries from every corner of the globe is no mean feat. Then to choose just 12 of these new gems for you to discover is what drives me – it’s that simple – because I want to bring the best to Bluesfest, and this isn’t our final announcement. There’s more to come! I hope you enjoy this musical ride as much as I do!”
Bluesfest kicks off on Thursday 9 April in Byron Bay with Dave Matthews Band, Crowded House, Patti Smith, Lenny Kravitz and more on the line-up.
Alanis Morissette will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of her iconic Jagged Little Pill album at the festival, read about why the album is still so important here.