A third artist announcement sees a hand-picked array of top talent added to the roster for Bluesfest 2021.

Added to an already impressive line-up are: The Church – Kate Miller-Heidke – The Living End – The Angels – Ross Wilson and The Peaceniks – Blue King Brown – Jeff Lang – Kara Grainger

If that’s not enough, amazingly there are still more acts to be added before the big event next Easter, from April 1-5 at the Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, ten minutes north of Byron Bay.

Commenting on the announcement Festival Director, Peter Noble OAM says “Look at this line-up – all that talent. When it comes to musical talent Australia is an embarrassment of riches and it is a privilege to create a line up to clearly showcase that very fact.”

Here’s a reminder of acts first announced: Bon Iver – Patti Smith and Her Band – Jimmy Barnes – George Benson – The Teskey Brothers – John Butler – Xaiver Rudd – The Cat Empire – Kool & The Gang – The Gipsy Kings – Kasey Chambers – The Waifs – Troy Cassar-Daley – Michael Franti & Spearhead – The Wailers Perform Songs from Legend LP – Morcheeba – The Black Sorrows – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue – Tori Kelly – Buffy Sainte-Marie – Themarcus King Band – Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – Jimmie Vaughan – John Mayall – Melbourne Ska Orchestra – Chain – Larkin Poe – Weddings, Parties, Anything (exclusive show) – Backsliders – Harts Plays Hendrix – Ash Grunwald – The War & Treaty – Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles – Walter Trout – The Bamboos – Mick Thomas’ Roving Commission – Dami Im – Pierce Brothers – Emily Wurramara– Roshani – Ray Beadle – Henry Wagons – Hussy Hicks – Pacey, King & Doley – Daniel Champagne – Nathan Cavaleri – Little Georgia

The second announce added: Tash Sultana – Ziggy Alberts – Kev Carmody – Ian Moss – Hiatus Kaiyote – Russell Morris – Briggs – Kim Churchill – Mama Kin Spender – All Our Exes Live in Texas