Bluesfest Touring announces a second round of sideshows for 2018

From ageing greats to fiery young guns, the big stars of rock and blues are coming to town at Bluesfest time
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[Sponsored] They’re coming from as far away as Dakar and New Orleans, LA and Leeds and beyond. A fresh array of acts has been named for Bluesfest in Byron Bay in March-April 2018, joining already-announced highlights such as Robert Plant, Lionel Richie, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, John Butler Trio, Tash Sultana, the New Power Generation and Morcheeba.

As always, there will be a procession of acts heading down the coast for a run of Melbourne sideshows. Check out the following highlights. Tickets to all shows go on sale Friday November 17. 

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Melbourne is the musician's dream city: there's a vibrant independent music scene, and our live venues have become launching pads for bands and solo artists alike. As music fans, it also means we're spoiled for choice. We've rounded up a list of places to see excellent live music any night of the week. 

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