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FULL LINEUP: Agnes Blues Roots and Rock Festival

The crowd at the Agnes Blues and Roots Festival.
The crowd at the Agnes Blues and Roots Festival. Mike Richards

THE full lineup to the Agnes Blues Roots and Rock festival has been released, with organisers claiming its their best yet.

Discovery Coast Tourism Commerce President Amber Rodgers said this year's lineup brings together some of Australia's top performers.

"It is one of the best lineup's in the history of the event, bringing a blend of soul, rock and contemporary blues to suit all fans" she says.

"With fantastic live music, food and market stalls, music workshops and great community spirit, the weekend promises something amazing for locals and visitors alike," she said.

Last year's event:

The lineup:

Russell Morris

8 Ball Aitken

The Mason Rack Band

The Hillbilly Goats

China & his Country & Eastern Wok Band

The Urban Chiefs, Adam Hole Band

The Zephyr Project

The Dillion James Band

Deon Powter Band

Easy Tigers

Agnes Blue

Leon & the Skinny White Boys

Big Bad Echo

Ben Brady's Blues

Dr. Trouble and Kissing the Flint

Details:

What: Agnes Blues Roots and Rock

When: February 19 - 21

Where: 1770 SES Grounds

Tickets: www.agnesbluesandroots.com.au

A 3 Day Pass is $154 per person, a 1 Day Pass for Friday or Sunday is $66 per person and a 1 Day Pass for Saturday is $110 per person.

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