Byron Bay Bluesfest
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Byron Bay
- Start Thursday
- Start Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday (approx)
- Finish Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday (approx)
- Finish Monday (approx)
Set in the beautiful hinterland of northern NSW, the Byron Bay Bluesfest is an internationally renowned blues and roots music festival held each year during the Easter long weekend. With more than 200 performances across various stages over five days, the festival showcases music from around the world, and in previous years has boasted the likes of Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and James Brown on the bill.
Since its humble beginnings in 1990, Bluesfest has won numerous tourism and music accolades and now attracts more than 100,000 festival goers over the long weekend. Held on 120 picturesque hectares at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, 11 kms from Byron, Bluesfest is a family-friendly event, with children’s entertainment and a daily kids’ program on offer.
Getting there and back
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