Alongside the good times, great music, a sweet program of workshops, morning yoga, volunteering spirit, and splashing around in the river, it’s a festival which places a particular focus on sustainability and does so in more ways than one.
“Geelong has always been so supportive of my music from the very start and I hold the town very close to my heart for that reason.”
The Charlton Motel will come alive with the blistering energy from Amyl And The Sniffers, the life-affirming alternative rock from Moaning Lisa, the grimy and visceral Batpiss, a dose of aggravated garage-punk from Pinch Points, the harmony-driven, fuzzed-out sounds of Moody Beaches, and a little bit of everything from Dj Hot Wheels.
Hailing from New Zealand, Swamp Thing’s energetic live performances are re-known for inspiring concert goers to dance and have fun while showcasing a wealth of musical experience and engaging their audience at all times.
The countdown is on for the festival that sees the humble town of Bendigo embrace upwards of 20,000 music lovers, with the ninth annual Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival this November 7 – 10.