What a turnout the Airlie Beach Festival of Music (ABFOM) already has lined up for its 2019 event. One of the biggest weeks on the Whitsundays calendar, the music festival officially runs for 3 days but the festivities run for over a week starting on the 7th of November with a Beach Jam. Bands then make their way to the main street to fill out various venues ensuring the town is still rocking after the music festival has finished on Sunday. Monday is the after-party with many bands often sticking around to continue to play at establishments around town during the week. It truly is an event not to be missed with so much to see and do.
With so many bands still to be announced, the lineup is already sure to appeal to most people young and old. The main drawcard of the Airlie Beach Festival of Music is 74 bands in 18 venues over 3 days in 1 town by the ocean. With only 10 weeks to go until the event starts, tickets will go fast and it’s not too hard to understand why when you see the lineup already announced. Some of the bands you can expect to see include:
Smokie – Yothu Yindi & The Treaty Project – John Butler – Australian Rock Collective – Bon But Not Forgotten – The Superjesus – Mahalia Barnes – John Williamson – Mama Kin Spender – Pierce Brothers – George & Noriko – Skyhooks/Racey – Spy v Spy – Tia Gostelow – STARS – Mason Rack Band – 8 Ball Aitken – Hillbilly Goats – James Bennett – Juzzie Smith – Lily & King – Karin Page – Marshall & The Fro – Innocent Eve – Matty Rogers – Kayso Grande – and still more acts to announce.
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