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Robert Plant, Australian Tour 2013, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Bluesfest Reveals Supports For National Tours

by Noise11.com on February 13, 2018

in News

With Bluesfest season about to hit, supports for the national Bluesfest tours have been revealed.

Wallace supports Morcheeba in Sydney
William Bloom supports Morcheeba in Melbourne
Mojo Juju and June Junes (Two Steps on the Water) supports Hurray for the Riff Raff in Melbourne
Slow Dancer supports Hurray for the Riff Raff in Sydney
Tracy McNeil supports Walter Trout in Melbourne
Roshani supports Walter Trout in Sydney
Madre Monte Trio support Juanes in Sydney and Melbourne
Unity Floors supports Benjamin Booker in Sydney
Jade imagine and Baby Blue supports Benjamin Booker in Melbourne
Seth Lakeman supports Robert Plant in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
DJ Eddie Mac supports NPG in Melbourne

Dates are:

Morcheeba
29 March, Sydney, Metro
30 March, Melbourne, 170 Russell

Hurry For Riff Raff
24 March, Melbourne, Corner Hotel
26 March, Sydney, The factory Theatre

Walter Trout
29 March, Melbourne, The Corner
31 March, Sydney, Factory Theatre

Juanes
2 April, Sydney, Enmore
4 April, Melbourne, 170 Russell

Benjamin Booker
31 March, Melbourne, The Corner

Robert Plant
23 March, Sydney, State Theatre
26 and 27 March, Sydney, Opera House
1 and 2 April, Melbourne, Palais Theatre
5 April, Adelaide, Thebarton
8 April, Perth, Riverside Theatre

The New Power Generation
26 March, Melbourne, 170 Russell

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