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Broderick Smith Man Out Of Time

Port Fairy Folk Festival Lines Up Broderick Smith, Stars, Renee Geyer, Tim Rogers

by Noise11.com on September 11, 2018

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The Port Fairy Folk Festival for 2019 has announced its line-up with Broderick Smith returning to live performance as well as Renee Geyer, Tim Rogers and Stars also on the bill.

Broderick Smith is about to release ‘Man Out of Time’, his first album in 10 years. Likewise, Stars recently released ‘Boundary Rider’, their first album in 38 years.

Port Fairy Festival 2019 will also mark the 50th anniversary of Woodstock. In 2019 Port Fairy will put its own spin on Woodstock; paying homage to the mother of all festivals, when three days of peace and music reigned supreme. Step back in time to White Lake New York 1969, with artists and songs reimagined and reinterpreted by a line up including Melisande, Marcia Howard, Tiffany Eckhardt, Tomato/Tomato, Nick Barker, Front Country, Les Chauffeur a Pieds, The Naked Waiters and more.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival will take place from Friday 8 to Monday 11 March 2019.

Tickets to the 2019 Port Fairy Folk Festival are available at portfairyfolkfestival.com

Port Fairy Folk Festival 2019 line-up

19 Twenty
Basia Bulat (Canada)
Blue Shaddy (Aus)
Blackeyed Susans with Strings (Aus)
Bongeziwe Mabandla (South Africa)
Broderick Smith (Aus)
The Currency (Aus)
Daniel Champagne (Aus)
Daoiri Farrell Trio
Front Country (USA)
Gaby Moreno (USA)
Greta Stanley
Jamie Smith’s Mabon (Wales)
Junkadelic Brass Band (Aus)
Leanne Tennant (Aus)
Les Chauffeurs a Pieds (Canada)
The Little Quirks Liz Stringer (Aus)
Luca Ciarla (Italy)
Marcia Howard Band (Aus)
Mark Lang (Aus)
Mary Coughlan (Ireland)
Melisande (Canada)
Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission (Aus)
Mission Songs Project (Aus)
Mojo Juju (Aus) The Moulettes (England)
The Naked Waiters (USA)
Old Married Couple (Aus)
The Oxo Cubans (Aus)
Paul Carey & Julian Scheffer (Aus)
Rebetien (Greece)
Red Tail Ring (USA)
Renee Geyer (Aus)
Resonant Rogues (USA)
Sal Kimber & The Rollin’ Wheel (Aus)
The Settlement (Aus)
Sharon Shannon Band (Ireland)
Skerryvore (Scotland)
Stars (Aus)
Stav
Stephen Pigram (Aus)
Tami Neilson (Canada/NZ)
Tiffany Eckhardt (Aus)
Tim Rogers (Aus)
Tomato/Tomato (Canada)
Van Walker (Aus)
Wallis Bird (Ireland)
The Weeping Willows (Aus)
Z Star (UK)

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