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Dan Sultan, The Whitlams And Sarah Blasko Top Riverboats Music Festival Lineup

by Anthony Barton on September 14, 2014

in Live,News

The Riverboats Music Festival continues to cements its place as one of Australia’s best boutique events with another outstanding lineup for 2015.

The lineup features Dan Sultan, Sarah Blasko, Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses, The Whitlams, The Bamboos, Magic Dirt’s Adalita, Bad Seed Mick Harvey, Diesel, Fraser A Gorman, Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel, Steel Angelico & The Switch, Matt Walker & The Lost Ragas and Raised By Eagles.

With Aussie rock legends and seasoned performers, brought together with the next batch of Aussie stars festival producer David Frazer seems to have his finger firmly on the pulse of the Australian music landscape.

“We are so excited to be bringing this spectacular lineup to the banks of the mighty Murray next February. Riverboats provides festival-goers with an opportunity to experience a truly beautiful part of Australia without the queues, ticket prices and hassle of larger events. We are particularly proud of the fact Riverboats has remained boutique in both its size and philosophy, yet continues to attracts artists of the calibre of Dan Sultan, Sarah Blasko, Tex Perkins and the Whitlams”, said Frazer.

Revelers who want a little more from their weekend away can also attend the official festival breakfast at the Beechworth Bakery, featuring an intimate performance from Melbourne alt-country outfit, Raised By Eagles. For those who purchase the Deluxe Festival Pass, they’ll be treated to a two-hour paddle steamer cruise aboard the PS Pevensey, with tunes provided by Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel.

With a three-day festival pass costing only $120, go see why the The Basics called it “the new Meredith” when the Riverboats Music Festival steams into Echuca-Moama from February 13-15.

Riverboats Music Festival Full Dates And Lineup

Raised by Eagles
Stella Angelico & The Switch

Fraser A. Gorman
Mick Harvey
The Whitlams
The Bamboos
Dan Sultan

Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel
Matt Walker & The Lost Ragas
Tex Perkins & The Dark Horses
Sarah Blasko


On sale Monday 15 September 2014
Bookings: www.riverboatsmusic.com.au or call the Echuca-Moama Visitor Information Centre on 1800 804 446
Weekend $120 Adult | $60 Child | $300 Family
Friday $40 Adult | $20 Child | $100 Family
Saturday $65 Adult | $35 Child | $165 Family
Sunday $65 Adult | $35 Child | $165 Family
Riverboats Deluxe Festival Pass $170
Official Festival Breakfast $25

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