Timberwolf, Mojo Juju, West Thebarton and more set for Blenheim Festival 2018

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Timberwolf, Mojo Juju, West Thebarton and more set for Blenheim Festival 2018


Blenheim Music and Camping Festival Is back with its biggest line-up ever in 2018. In the countryside one and a half hours north of Adelaide, the working farm opens its paddock gates on the Easter long weekend (Thursday March 29 to Friday March 30) for music, dancing, camping and good vibes. The first day of the festival starts at 3pm and sees seven artists take to the stage before fifteen more over two stages on the Friday. No two artists will play at once so you can be sure to see all 23 sets. Tickets are available now. The festival is family friendly and kids under 12 get in free.

The focus for Blenheim is keeping it local. This includes the billing of fourteen South Australian musicians, local wine, cider and beer, food vendors who use local produce and local traders in the marketplace. Due to the festivals regard for treating punters like family, you can BYO canned alcohol (no glass is allowed).

This year’s line-up consists of Akoustic Odyssey, Amaru Tribe, The Black Seeds, Bootleg Rascals, Courtney Robb & Snooks, Donnarumma, eMDee, Gorilla Jones, Headphone Piracy, Joe Man Murphy, Kings & Associates, Mojo Juju, Timberwolf, Tray Collins, The Wanderers, West Thebarton, Z-Star Delta and more. For full details on the line-up, click here.

This festival is run by volunteers and a not-for-profit event held every Good Friday. The working farm venue has stunning views of the Clare Valley region. BlenheimFest is a boutique music festival catering to the best of South Australian, national and international musicians. Last year, 1,800 punters helped raise $23,000 for a local charity making this a feel-good festival where you can pay it forward.

In 2017 BlenheimFest was nominated as a finalist for both Best Music Festival / Event award at the South Australian Music Awards and the Australian Music Awards.