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Blue Mountains Tourist : Autumn 2010
O nce again there's an awe- inspiring line-up of international and Australian acts set to perform over the festival weekend of March 12 to 14. In a bumper program over three nights and two days, the festival will feature around 100 artists in over 80 concerts. International acts include: Nanci Griffith (USA), Chris Smither (USA), Brian Kennedy (Ireland), Eleanor McEvoy (Ireland), Dougie MacLean (Scotland), Uncle Earl (USA), Josh White Jr. (USA), John McCutcheon (USA), Genticorum (Canada), Emily Smith and Jamie McClennan (Scotland), Truckstop Honeymoon (USA), Kim Richey (USA), White Top Mountaineers (USA), Gregory Page (USA) and Bob Malone (USA). Joining this star-studded lineup are Australian performers such as: Jeff Lang, Djan Djan, Vince Jones Band, The Kransky Sisters, Grace Barb , The Little Stevies, James Valentine Quartet, The Pigram Brothers, Glenn Cardier, Chris Wilson & Band, The Crooked Fiddle Band, Bruce Mathiske, Moju Juju and the Snake Oil Merchants, Kerrianne Cox, Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, One Africa, Gail Page Trio, The Blues Preachers, Noriko Tadano and Tom Richardson. Added to this, top Mountain performers: Kate Rowe, Andrea Soler, Rachael Brady, Pat Drummond, Claude Hay, the Tracey Campbell Trio and Nikki Madden. Over the years, the Blue Mountains Music Festival has built a reputation with both audiences and performers for its aura of bonhomie. The festival features eight performance stages ranging from intimate venues to vast, circus-style marquees, a children's entertainment program, poet's breakfast and an eclectic range of market and food stalls. The Blue Mountains Music Festival is held at Katoomba within a short walk of Echo Point and the region's scenic wonders and is two hours west of Sydney by road or rail. Tickets and a full program are available online along with accommodation options at: www.bmff.org.au autumn 2010 www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au 7 Magic mountain music! Katoomba comes alive with the sound of music again this March as the internationally acclaimed Blue Mountains Music Festival celebrates its fifteenth year. Nanci Griffith Djan Djan The Pigram Brothers James Valentine Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan Josh White, Jr
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