28-30 January 2022

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Thredbo Blues Festival celebrates 27 years of rocking in the Snowies with an amazing line-up of artists

The 27th Thredbo Blues Festival is on and organisers have gathered together some international and some of the country’s top Blues and Roots artists who will unleash their rocking and swinging tunes across the mountains 28-30 January 2022.

Phew!! What a weird time it’s been. We all missed a lot of things close to our hearts, and for us Thredbo Blues Festival 2021 was one.

All is charging forward for Thredbo Blues 2022!

From the many artists who have applied, we have selected an awesome program led by a Thredbo favourite, Ray Beadle and the Hi Tones, his band with brass section.

We are also privileged to have the legendary Nathan Cavaleri and trio for the first time.

The classic Foreday Riders, Darren Jack Band and Lloyd Speigel will get us groovin’ and the dance-crazy 19 Twenty, will get us hot and sweaty.

The line-up includes amazing women of Blues with Fiona Boyes band, Michelle van der Meer with the great Alison Penney, Kate Lush, Genevieve Chadwick, Plus many more.

Something different for our festival will be the internationally acclaimed Stewart D’Arrietta with his one man show, ‘Belly Of A Drunken Piano’- songs of Tom Waits and Randy Newman.

It will be a memorable Blues Party celebrating twenty-seven years of the Thredbo Blues Festival – see you there.

It will be a memorable Blues Party celebrating twenty-seven years of the Thredbo Blues Festival – see you there.

Music lovers, festival goers, family and friends will love the 27th Annual Thredbo Blues Festival as it not only boasts an amazing line-up of exceptional Blues artists but combined with a vibrant village and a stunning mountain backdrop make this one special weekend away.

Thredbo comes alive as a “Blues Town” with over 60 Blues performances from over 22 Australian acts – over 80 musicians providing over 130 hours of music over the three-day weekend at 15 separate mountain venues, all within walking distance, including bars, restaurants, late night venue, outdoors, Village Square and the highest gig at the top of the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift.

Over 27 years the Thredbo Blues Festival has carved a niche as one of the country’s longest running festivals, adored by Blues fans and musicians alike for its friendly feel with intimate vibes plus plenty of opportunity to get personal with some of Australia’s best blues performers.

There is plenty of accommodation in Thredbo from budget bunk rooms to luxurious chalets, apartments and a hotel. Make it a mountain escape with someone special or get a group of friends together for this star studded Thredbo Blues Festival. All-inclusive packages that include accommodation and all weekend festival pass are available. For bookings call 1300 020 589 or visit thredbo.com.au.

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