News: Bluesfest Touring announce a further 5 acts/4 tours to hit Australia in 2023

Bluesfest Touring has announced another four new 2023 tours, on top of the 7 incredible tours already on sale. Check them out here.

Today’s announcement includes three- time Grammy winner Lucinda Williams, touring with her band on a double headline bill along with Steve Earle & The Dukes. Steve Earle is also a three-time Grammy winner. You may remember their classic albums “Car Wheels on A Gravel Road” (Lucinda Williams) and “Copperhead Road” (Steve Earle) as two of the greatest alt Country/ Americana Albums ever released. This is a special one-off performance at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney – their first ever coming together to perform in Australia on a truly magical double bill.

The much-anticipated tour of artist LP (Laura Pergolizzi) will see her play in both Sydney & Melbourne. A discovery artist not to be missed – she currently receives around 2 million streams of her songs on her YouTube channel daily!

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram is the 2022 Contemporary Blues Grammy winner, and after an incredibly successful tour in 2022 (his recent shows earlier this year in Sydney and Melbourne completely sold out) – he’s back, this time with headline shows in Adelaide and Sydney.

Finally, five-time Grammy winner Keb’ Mo’, touring this time with his band, will perform one special show at The Factory Theatre, Sydney.

All Bluesfest Touring artists will be playing Bluesfest Byron Bay next Easter Long Weekend, from Thursday 6th to Monday 10th April 2023. Tickets on sale at


Mon 3-Apr-2023 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Sat 1-Apr-2023 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Sun 2-Apr-2023 – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne

Mon 3-Apr-2023 – The Gov, Adelaide
Wed 5-Apr-2023 – The Metro, Sydney


Mon 10-Apr-2023 – The Factory Theatre, Sydney

PRE-SALE from Tuesday 27th of September 2022 – 12PM AEST 
ON SALE from Thursday 29th of September 2022 – 12PM AEST 

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