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Thredbo Blues Festival Is Back

The stunning views and some stunning blues. Thredbo Blues Festival is set to return to the Snowy Mountains for another year with a pretty stellar lineup for your all your blues needs. The festival has thrown together a stellar cast of 22 acts that cover the three day blues mania.

Thredbo’s annual musical celebration has become a regular summer pilgrimage for Blues lovers from NSW, ACT and VIC alike. Each year in January, the scenic alpine village transforms into a jubilee as Thredbo Blues Festival treats guests to incredible music set in the Snowy Mountains in summer. With a combination of concert, intimate and poolside venues, the festival promises to deliver a unique experience for festival-goers.

Taking place 16th – 18th January 2015, the Thredbo Blues Festival will include performances from ARIA Hall of Fame inductee Russell Morris, ARIA Award winner Jeff Lang, Blues royalty Ray Beadle and multi- instrumentalist Rick Price plus many, many more.

Festival veteran and crowd favourite Jeff Lang, is extremely excited to be playing the event once again. “I've been coming to Thredbo to play at the Blues Festival for 19 years now. I love how it feels as though the whole town has given itself over to music for the duration of the festival. The audiences are great too; the whole town is populated by people who love to hear live music. It's a different vibe from a typical festival and I always look forward to coming back to Thredbo to play”, says Lang. 

So if you like glorious views to chill out to, and some blues to make you kick back, this will be your fest of 2015.

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