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Ticket on sale for Bruthen Blues Festival from 18 - 20 Feb 2022
Tickets are now on sale for one of the highlights of the music calendar, the Bruthen Blues & Arts Festival.
The three-day festival, famed for its village feel, is coming to Bruthen, 18-20 Feb 2022, with live music, jam sessions, workshops and festival market accompanied by that smooth blues sound. You can get your tickets at Bruthen Blues.
The weekend-long festival opens on Friday night with the great local music showdown, Bruthen Blues Jam, and headlining event The Big Blues Bash on Saturday evening
Festival returns with a bang
2022 will be a massive year for the Bruthen Blues & Arts Festival, marking its 25th anniversary. Since the past two events were cancelled due to bushfires and then Covid, the organisers have been busy squaring away the exciting 2022 program to ensure the festival returns with a bang.
While the full line up is yet to be announced, headline acts include:
Tag on a few extra days to your festival weekend to explore the magnificent surroundings with epic drives into the alpine region, wondrous underground caves, Man-from-Snowy-River country, rail trails and a cluster of wineries and breweries.
Bruthen Blues arts and festival
Three days of blues and arts around picturesque Bruthen, famed for its village festival feel.
- Bruthen |
- Fri 18 - Sun 20 Feb
For more information, visit Bruthen Blues arts festival.
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