The NSW government’s live music initiative Great Southern Nights has added over 30 new artists to complete a stellar line-up performing from March 18 to April 10.
Ball Park Music, Confidence Man, Illy, Kate Ceberano, Marcia Hines, Montaigne, Sheppard, and The Jungle Giants are among the headline performers added to an already star-studded line-up for the three-week program being delivered by Destination NSW and Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA).
They join the likes of Amy Shark, Baker Boy, Jimmy Barnes, Courtney Barnett, Jessica Mauboy, Peking Duk, and The Veronicas.
Hundreds of Great Southern Nights gigs will take place right across NSW, with almost half of them in the regions.
You can see Adam Harvey in Broken Hill.
Albury will host shows by the likes of Julia Stone, San Cisco, and the Jungle Giants, while Amy Shark and Archie Roach will perform in Wagga Wagga.
Ian Moss and Troy Cassar-Daley will take to the stage in Dubbo, the Hoodoo Gurus will perform in West Tamworth, and Middle Kids and Peking Duk will play Byron Bay.
ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd said Great Southern Nights will reignite the NSW live music scene after an extraordinarily challenging time for the industry.
“Great Southern Nights will have artists, crew and music venues back to doing what they love and do best – putting on shows and getting people out to experience the joy of live music again” Ms Herd said.
“Great Southern Nights was such a huge success in 2020 and is exactly what our industry needs right now, so we’re excited to see Australia’s best talent wanting to be involved in 2022.
“We’re proud to play an integral part in this vital project at this much needed time.”
To see the full line-up and book tickets, visit the gig guide at www.greatsouthernnights.com.au.