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Australian Blues Music Festival

The city of Goulburn in New South Wales, Australia, is a significant and historical destination in the country. It has always been known for its rich heritage and artistic community, hosting countless events throughout the year to showcase their natural talents. It is therefore no surprise to find that the national festival for blues music in Australia is hosted in Goulburn. Music lovers are already getting ready for the annual Australian Blues Music Festival 2010, which has secured a spectacular line-up of performers.

From 11 to 14 February 2010, various venues throughout Goulburn will host the Australian Blues Music Festival, with tickets for many of the concerts already been made available for purchase. Participating venues include the Soldiers Club, Goulburn Centro, Railway Bowling Club, Belmore Park, Goulburn Conservatory, Goulburn Workers Club, Astor Hotel, Goulburn Centro and Goulburn Club. Visitors to the festival will be able to enjoy comfortable and affordable accommodation at the many hotels, inns and caravan parks that are preparing for the festival and its supporters. The host city also offers a variety of attractions and activities to explore between concerts, luring hundreds to create an entire weekend of fun around the festival.

As the star studded line-up continues to grow, so does the interest in the festival, as numerous popular artists and bands have confirmed their participation in the Australian Blues Music Festival. Some of the performers that have already been scheduled to perform, include DJ Gosper, Paul Greene, The Blues Preachers, Mama Jane’s Blues Band, Matt Southon, Anni Piper, Kes O’Hara, Jimi Beavis & the 385’s, Tom Richardson and Eddie Boyle, 19 Twenty, The Backsliders, Anni Piper, The Fuelers, The Detonators, Kim Churchill, Glenn Cardier, Dallas Frasca, Rhys Crimmin, Dejavoodoo, Jonna Zibler, Don Hopkins, Justin Carter, Kate Meehan & Skip Landy and Chris Harland. With more than sixty shows to attend, visitors to the Australian Blues Music Festival will be spoilt for choice and get the opportunity to see some of their favorite artists perform live. It is a festival of music, soul, rhythm and unrivaled entertainment.

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