It’s full steam ahead for the annual Riverboats Music Festival, back with a slew of talent for their 2017 incarnation.
Now in its sixth year, the Riverboats Music Festival is back for three glorious summer days of music among the gums.
Featuring Paul Kelly and Charlie Owen, Hoodoo Gurus, Husky and Mia Dyson in headline sets, Riverboats 2017 is also offering up homegrown talent in the form of James Reyne, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks, Shane Howard, Melody Pool, William Crighton, The Meltdown, Mighty Duke & The Lords and Karl S. Williams. In a unique collaboration for Riverboats audiences, Kylie Auldist will also be joined by New Zealand soul sensation Aaradhna.
Riverboats is the only music festival in the country giving festival goers the opportunity to experience a one-hour music-laden cruise down Australia’s longest river, as well as a single stage offering live music along the banks of the Murray.
Capping it off comes the return of the Annual Festival Breakfast returning to Beechworth Bakery with live sets from The Meltdown, as well as Rockwiz’s Brian Nankervis acting as the festival’s official MC.
Get down to Riverboats Music Festival when it returns to Echuca-Moama from Friday February 17 to Sunday February 19.