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Main Stage – Luke Vassella

Main Stage – Luke Vassella

Luke is well known on the NSW North Coast and beyond as a warm, personable, professional and inspirational performer. He has played over 1700 gigs in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Luke is a multi award winning artist. He won the ‘Australian’ category and Best Live Performance at the 2010 Australian Songwriter’s Association Awards, and the ‘Australian’ category at the 2013 Australian Songwriter’s Association Awards.

Buskers Stage- Loren

Buskers Stage- Loren

Hailing from the hills and valleys of Northern New South Wales, Loren truly shines in live performance, captivating audiences with his sublime voice and energy, and with the emotion, passion and complexity of his beautiful music, which spans folk, reggae, pop and roots.

Loren has more than 45 festival appearances to his name and has conducted more than 15 national tours of Australia, two of New Zealand, as well as Canada and the US.

Main Stage- The Blue Skillet Rovers

Main Stage- The Blue Skillet Rovers

Playing a catchy collection of songs from the 1930s till now.  Jugblues, jazzblues, bluesblues, ragblues, soulblues and sillyblues.  The Blue Skillet Rovers are accomplished local musicians who love playing good time acoustic blues. With their unique style and foot stomping tunes, The Blue Skillet Rovers are sure to keep you smiling.

April 13th Market

This month in the Creative HeART Space:

If you have a craft you want to share please come along to The Channon Creative HeART Space opposite the Chai Tent.

Try your hand at some Candle making or basket weaving!

 

 

Main Stage – Lucky Wonders

Main Stage – Lucky Wonders

Byron Bay based folk/indie pop four piece The Lucky Wonders have made a huge entrance onto the Australian music scene in the short time since they formed, with a trail of rave reviews left in the wake of their album Thirteen O’Clock, two singles in the semifinals of the International Songwriting Competition and mammoth touring efforts.

Songwriters Emma Royle and WAMI Award winner Jessie Vintila first came together to create live music for puppet show Puppets Break Out, playing an 11 show season in the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival. The collaboration was such a success they were inspired to pursue it head-on, and formed the core of  The Lucky Wonders.