Advanced tickets still on sale at Ticketbooth – 
only until 31 January

There is only 1 week left to purchase Advance Weekend Tickets for the 25th Blue Mountains Music Festival - March 13th, 14th & 15th 2020.

To grab your Advanced Tickets go straight to Ticketbooth here before 01 February or check-out all your ticket options via our website at bmff.org.au

Australia’s own Ethio-Soul superstar Dereb The Ambassador has just joined the lineup! 

Dereb The Ambassador at Blue Mountains Music Festival 2020
Dereb The Ambassador  – photo: Hiroki Nishioka

For our very special 25th anniversary festival we welcome headline acts – the truly unique John Butler, multi award-winning Kasey Chambers – who is currently delighting audiences around Australia on her Campfire tour, and American folk and traditional music artist Rhiannon Giddens. Oz blues legends the Backsliders, Irish-born singer-songwriter Irish Mythen and Canadian trio The East Pointers.

John Butler at Blue Mountains Music Festival 2020
John Butler  
Kasey Chambers at Blue Mountains Music Festival 2020
Kasey Chambers

From Ireland comes folk legend Eleanor McEvoy and soulful vocalist SON. From Scotland come three Celtic bands - Fara, The Jellyman’s Daughter and the lively Langan Band celebrating YOSA (Year Of Scotland Australia) 2020. From the U.K we have saxophonist YolanDa Brown, folk guitarist John Smith, political singer-songwriter Grace Petrie who has supported Hannah Gadsby, and bluegrass band Flats & Sharps.

YolanDa Brown at Blue Mountains Music Festival 2020
YolanDa Brown  – photo: Agenda

 

If that’s not enough we welcome Startijenn, a five-piece folk band from France, Quebecois trio E.T.E, Celtic group Coig, storyteller Ian Sherwood, the musical revelry of The Burning Hell and Tio from Vanuatu.

Australian acts include blues and roots trio 19-Twenty, The Sandman and Flacco Tribute Show, singer-songwriters  Mama Kin Spender and local blues guitarist Claude Hay. Also Shellie Morris & Djolpa McKenzie, award winning Indigenous performer Emily Wurramara, blues guitarist Lloyd Spiegel, two-piece musical circus Lily and King, Den Hanrahan & the Rum Runners, acoustic folk duo Montgomery Church, Saije, Jed Zarb, Big Merino, along with Blue Mountains singer-songwriters Nic Danta, Phil Davidson, Eagle and the Wolf, Isobel Knight, Jerrah Patston, Justin Hunter, Em Flach, Aurora Li and Allegra Dunning.

The RSL Blues Room and the Pavilion Stage will be back for our very special 25th anniversary festival.

Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more announcements. Our discounted Advance Tickets are available until January 31st via www.bmff.org.au Single Day Tickets go on sale February 1st 2020.