After an epic event last year, the Docklands Blues Music Festival is back for 2018 and is ‘Goin’ Down to Memphis’ with a free celebration of Deep South blues.
With a line-up of more than 20 Australian artists and bands, this event will hit The District Docklands from 11:00am to 3:00pm Saturday 20 October and from 11:00am to 8:00pm on Sunday 21 October. Boasting some of the country’s foremost blues musicians, it’s one nonstop blues jam and a full weekend of continuous music across a variety of indoor and outdoor stages and licensed venue.
Over the two days, four stages including the Garden Stage (near Supre) and The Square (near H & M), Wonderland Jnr Stage and the Urban Alley Brewery Stage will feature headliners such as Chicago blues outfit Electric Blues Collective, Bendigo blues favourite Bill Barber, Sydney’s sensation PJ O’Brien, Geelong’s Brian Fraser, Melbourne Blues Society’s ‘Youth in Blues’ showcase, Kelly Auty, Dreamboogie and on the back of a European tour, Sweet Felicia and the Honeytones.
Produced by Wonderland Entertainment & Leisure Group in conjunction with The District Docklands.