Katoomba’s annual Blue Mountains Music Festival has just unveiled an absolutely stacked lineup for its 22nd birthday celebrations, including Paul Kelly and Charlie Owen, as well as The Waifs, Eddie Reader, Folk Uke, and many more.

Kelly and Owen will be treating punters to a set of songs from their first album together, Death’s Dateless Night, which features covers of timeless classics like The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ and Leonard Cohen’s ‘Bird on a Wire’.

Of course, this is just a taste of the full lineup, which you can check out below. The incredible contingent of international artists will feature fly-ins from Ireland, Scotland, Canada, The Netherlands, The US, India, Japan, and Ehiopia.

Just imagine: three days of incredible music taking place over seven stages in the scenic surrounds of Katoomba. There’ll also be the usual songwriters’ and instrumental circles, Heartland Conversations, and roaming performers.

Blue Mountains Music Festival 2017

Paul Kelly and Charlie Owen
The Waifs
Eddi Reader (SCOT)
Folk Uke (USA)
The Jerry Cans (CAN)
The Young Folk (IRE)
Irish Mythen (IRE)
Séamus Begley Trio (IRE)
Mundy (IRE)
Dereb the Ambassador and Teddy Mak (ETH)
Les Poules à Colin (CAN)
The Bazzookas (NLD)
George and Noriko (JP)
My Bubba (Iceland/Sweden)
Debapriya Samanwaya & Group (IND)
The Borderers (Scotland)
Gregory Hoskins (CAN)
Boo Hewerdine (UK)
Big Rory & Ochie (Scotland)
The Hot Potato Band
Chris Wilson
Davidson Bros
National Junk Band
The Mission Songs Project
Juzzie Smith
The Spooky Men’s Chorale
Hat Fitz & Cara
Dog Trumpet
William Crighton
Kerryn Fields
The Loveys
The Bean Project
AJ Leonard and Jenny Rowlands
Caiti Baker
Miriam Lieberman Trio
Lime n Steele
Dave MacDonald
The Cleaning Ladies

Friday, 17th March – Sunday, 19th March 2017
Katoomba NSW
Tickets: Blue Mountains Music Festival