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Archie Roach, The Age Music Victoria Awards, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Archie Roach, The Age Music Victoria Awards, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Port Fairy Announce Second Round Of Acts For It’s 2014 Line Up

by Anthony Barton on November 26, 2013

in Live,News

The Port Fairy Folk Festival has added another 25 acts to its line up, including acts from Mongolia and Ireland.

Amongst the international acts joining the line up are, Damien Dempsey (Ireland), Hanggai (Mongolia), and Love Over Gold (USA), with new local additions including Mama Kin, Deborah Conway with Willy Zygier, and Shane Nicholson.

The join an already stellar international line up that includes Madeleine Peyroux, and John Cleary and The Absolute Monster Gentlemen, along with local acts such as Archie Roach, Ash Grunwald, Chris Wilson’s Crown Of Thorns, and Ben Salter.

2014 will mark the 38th edition of the festival, held between March 7 and 10. More line up announcements will be announced as we draw closer to the event.

Port Fairy 2014 new additions:
INTERNATIONAL Breabach – Scotland | Damien Dempsey – Ireland | Love Over Gold – USA | The Good Lovelies – Canada | Hanggai – Mongolia | The Jammin’ Divas – USA

NATIONAL Bruce Mathiske | Claymore | Cole & Van Dijk | Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier | John Patrick & The Keepers | Mama Kin | Nick Charles | Oh Pep! | Rapskallion | Saoirse | Sammy J | Sásta | Shane Nicholson | Suzette Herft & The Heartstrings | Tolka | Totally Gourdgeous | Tom Richardson | The Twoks | Yirrmal And The Yolngu Boys.

For the full line up and all other festival information, head to the official website.

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