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Hugo Bladel

Hugo is an accomplished performer. Whether he’s on the streets or the main stage, his training as a circus artist brings high energy and a unique set of skills to his live shows.
Hugo’s first 4 releases have amassed over 180,000+ online streams and secured him mainstage slots at The Falls Festival and The Australian Open, supporting the likes of Bastille, Amy Shark and Angus & Julia Stone.
With 2020 being put on hold in the live scene, Hugo has been busy in the studio perfecting his sound and producing his forthcoming debut album, “HUGE” – set for release in 2021.
“I’m over the moon to be finally sharing my first full body of work. It’s been a tough year for a lot of people and I hope the new record brings some joy and hope for people in 2021.”

The Blues Brothers Revival

The show consists of 1.5 hours of non-stop crowd orientated fun that features songs from the Blues Brothers movie. Shake your Tailfeather, Sweet Home Chicago, everybody needs somebody to love, and Minnie the Moocher plus R&B Classics Hold on I’m coming.

It’s now over 35 years since Blues Brothers Revival first brought out the iconic Pork Pie hats and Ray Ban sunglasses for Jake and Elwood to rock out while running from the law.
So, if you have forgotten what it’s like to have fun, grab your hat ‘n’ sunnies and take a trip back to Chicago to shake your tailfeathers… with the show band of Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues….

The Wolfe Brothers

Any history of The Wolfe Brothers that doesn’t begin four generations ago isn’t quite complete. The revered country duo, comprised of brothers Nick and Tom Wolfe, have become renowned over the past few years for their jaw-dropping live shows and slow-but-steady ascent to Australian country music’s upper echelon.

Gabriele Dagrezio & His Band

Drawing inspiration from success in the charts for MTV Total Request Live in Milan, Italy to the quietude of Tasmania, Gabriele Dagrezio is an award-winning songwriter. His voice, clear and warm, brings melodies alive sounding easy and effortless. His lyrical honesty, knitted with unique arrangements for modern ensemble capture a feeling, a reflection, a realization; his songs, which he calls “photographs of experience”, say “what I usually I have no chance to say”.


We will have a list of stall holders and a map of their location online once we have finalised next years line-up