Blues at Bridgetown | Festival 2015 – November 13-15

Blues at Bridgetown 2015


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Festival 2015

Friday 13 November – Sunday 15 November


  • Festival 2015 Artist Applications

    Applications for Festival 2015 Artists are now open!

    Blues at Bridgetown is one of the longest running music Festivals in Australia, and the most established Blues Festival in Western Australia with this year seeing us celebrate our 23rd year. If you are interested in performing alongside some of the best national and international talent in the blues and roots world today then download the application kit and get in touch.

    Festival 2015 – let the excitment begin!



  • Festival 2014 Featured …


    “I am very excited about touring Australia, and extremely excited about performing at Blues At Bridgetown – I’ve heard about this amazing festival even in the US.” Joe Louis Walker
    “It is our first time at Bridgetown so we’re super excited and honoured we get the chance to join such an amazing bill.”Mat McHugh • The Beautiful Girls

    This year’s Festival will undoubtedly showcase of the best of international, national and local blues and roots music talent around today.

    Adding to an already amazing line-up, our recently announced second release of artists lives up to the promise that Blues at Bridgetown Festival 2014 will be one to remember! There a quite a few firsts and more of your Festival favourites are back.

    We’re thrilled to have these artists joining us this year, they are without a doubt some of the most talent musicians around – their music has been critically acclaimed, they have won countless prestigious music awards and they play to packed out houses around the world … and they’re coming to Bridgetown in November. Don’t miss out!



    “Blues at Bridgetown is my second home! Great to be with you again and to welcome my old friend Joe to Australia. See you all soon.” Eugene Hideaway Bridges
    “The Black Sorrows are very excited to be joining you for the first time in Bridgetown, see you there.” Joe Camilleri • The Black Sorrows


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