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Archie Roach, Charles Jenkins Join Brunswick Music Festival Line-up

by Paul Cashmere on January 14, 2015

in Live,News

Melbourne’s Brunswick Music Festival has revealed its full line-up with indigenous icon Archie Roach and The Age Music Victoria Music Award winner Charles Jenkins joining the bill.

The just announced acts for the Brunswick Street Festival are Archie Roach and Radical Son (Australia), The Bon Scotts, Charles Jenkins & the Amateur Historians, The Chipolatas (England), Chris While and Julie Matthews (England), Coco De Mer, Delaney Davidson (New Zealand), Grand Salvo (Australia) Jazz Party, Peter Combe (Australia), Trouble in the Kitchen (Australia/Ireland), Whitetop Mounatineers (USA) and L-Fresh the Lion (Australia).

They join the already announced line-up of Buffy Sainte-Marie (Canada), Maru Tarang (Australia/India), Ross & Jarlath (Scotland), Sóley (Iceland), DJ Spooky (USA), Depedro (Spain), Margaret Leng Tan (Singapore), Sharon Shannon (Ireland), Bombino (Niger), Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas (Scotland/USA) as well as Australian acts The Black Sorrows, The Bushwackers and Lou Bennett.

The Brunswick Music Festival will be held from March 1 to 15 in Melbourne. The Sydney Road street party will be held on March 1, 2015.

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