The Cat Empire To Headline Stellar 2014 Riverboats Music Festival Lineup -

The Cat Empire To Headline Stellar 2014 Riverboats Music Festival Lineup

by Anthony Barton on September 16, 2013

in Live,News

Now in its third year, the Riverboats Music Festival has announced its lineup for 2014.

Having received rave reviews for the previous two-year’s events, the Riverboats team has managed to put together a lineup that perhaps betters their previous efforts.

Joining the Cat Empire on next year’s bill will be the legendary Tim Finn, Ian Moss, Something for Kate’s Paul Dempsey doing his solo thing, Don Walker, Gotye’s other band The Basics, Dan Kelly’s Dream Band, Wagons, Thelma Plum, Tinpan Orange, Mojo Juju, Sweet Jean and Liz Stringer

Festival Producer David Frazer said;

“We are so excited to once again be presenting some of the most celebrated names in Australian music on the banks of our most famous river. As one of Australia’s more boutique regional music events, in just two short years Riverboats has developed a passionate following amongst music fans who were looking for something a little different. With our single stage, small audience capacity and inexpensive ticket price, Riverboats provides the perfect excuse to escape the big smoke for a weekend.”

Riverboats will be held under the gum trees, at the beautiful Aquatic Reserve in the centre of Echuca-Moama, on February 14th-16th, 2014. Tickets are on sale now!

Ticket Prices

Three Day Pass $110 Adult | $55 Child | $275 Family

Friday $35 Adult | $15 Child | $85 Family

Saturday $60 Adult | $30 Child | $150 Family

Sunday $60 Adult | $30 Child | $150 Family

Riverboats Deluxe Festival Pass $160 Adults / $80 Children (includes a two-hour river cruise with catering and an intimate performance by Mojo Juju)

Official Festival Breakfast $20

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