Leading the pack is rock ‘n roll superstar Lenny Kravitz – a man who needs no introduction (just a new pair of leather pants). Coming off the back of his last record Raise Vibration, the shows will be Kravitz’s first in Australia since 2011 after canceling his planned appearance at Bluesfest back in 2015. Hopefully he sticks around for the party this time!
Joining Kravitz will be bona fide blues legend Jimmie Vaughan (older brother of Stevie Ray) who’s received four Grammy Awards over his illustrious 55 year career for his genre defining shredding. This year’s event is definitely heavy on the blues front, and we’re totally here for it.
Elsewhere, the second wave of Bluesfest artists includes Eagles Of Death Metal, Allman Betts Band, Tal Wilkenfeld and Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles. What’s crazy is that there’s still another lineup announcement to come – as if it could get any better!
Check out the second lineup announcement below, and reacquaint yourself with the first one over here.
Bluesfest 2020 – Second Artist Announcement
April 9 – 13, Byron Bay NSW
Jimmie Vaughan (exclusive)
The Waterboys (exclusive)
Eagles of Death Metal
Amadou & Mariam
The Allman Betts Band
Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles
Joachim Cooder (exclusive)
Steve ‘n’ Seagulls (exclusive)
Head to the Bluesfest website to grab your tickets today