Keep your schedule clear on 16th, 17 & 18th of March 2018, for the 23rd Blue Mountains Music Festival of Folk Roots and Blues (BMMF).
Each day is gearing up to be chock-a-block filled with the very best.
The 2018 festival line-up is massive! With highlights including, the first-time appearance at the festival from multiple ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter
Missy Higgins, the Archie Roach Band and a welcomed return from the ever so multi-talented Kate Miller-Heidke.
Get ready for three days of great music across seven stages, with over a hundred performances in total.
Melbourne singer-songwriter Lior will be returning in duo format with the internationally renowned musician Paul Grabowsky.
Adding to that classical flavour are guitar legends, The Grigoryan Brothers, will be teaming up with multi-instrumentalist Adam Page,
Sydney’s The Backsliders will also be making a long-awaited return.
Heading up the 17 international acts will be Harry Manx (Can), Steve Poltz (Can), While & Matthews (UK) and Braebach (Scot). Peter Rowan Band (US), Nashville’s 10 String Symphony, Flats and Sharps (UK) and Brothers Comatose (US) will also be adding their own distinct Bluegrass flavour to the festival.
So far, 2018’s line-up includes:
Archie Roach Band
Peter Rowan Band
The Grigoryan Brothers & Adam Page
SON (Susan O'Neil)
GordieMacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys
Flats And Sharps
LamineSonko& The African Intelligence
While & Matthews
10 String Symphony
Josienne Clark & Ben Walker
Hat Fitz & Cara
Ten Strings And A Goatskin
+ more to be announced
With more artist announcements coming soon, stay in tune with all the latest via the BMMF Facebook page Here. The Haze Mag will also be an ear to the ground for any further festival rumblings.
With some of the finest artists in Australia and around the globe, 2018’s BMMF will be one not to be missed!
There are limited early bird tickets available now at the BMMF website.
Featured Image: (left) Singer-songwriter Missy Higgins, (top right) Internationally acclaimed Scottish folk band Breabach,
(bottom right) Singer-songwriter Kate-Miller Heidke.