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Dashville Skyline expands, revealing their terrific 2018 program in full

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Following the announcement that The Waifs, C.W. Stoneking, and more would be heading to Dashville Skyline in 2018, they’ve gone and made their lineup even juicier.

A yearly festival that calls the Hunter Valley home, the ‘Cosmic Weekender’ Dashville Skyline is known for its community vibe and dedication to bluegrass, alt-country, and psychedelic music. This year it’s taking place on Labour Day long weekend, so you’ll have a sweet extra day to soak it all in.

dashville skyline Colin Turner-Butler

Photo: Colin Turner-Butler

Dashville Skyline is looking sweeter than ever with its cosmic full artist lineup, featuring some straight-up Australian music legends.

First and foremost The Bushwackers will be joining the fray, bringing their whopping 48 years of playing experience to the Dashville stage. William Crighton will be making his return to the festival, as will the formidable Melody Pool.

You can also expect to catch Magpie Diaries, Halfway, Grace Turner, and heaps more. Check out the full lineup for yourself below.

Dashville Skyline 2018 takes place September 28, 29, and 30 in Belford, Hunter Valley NSW. Tickets are available here, with special deals for families, children, and concessions.

Full lineup

THE WAIFS
C.W. STONEKING
WILLIAM CRIGHTON
HAT FITZ & CARA
19-TWENTY
THE BUSHWACKERS
MELODY POOL
PERCH CREEK
PAPA PILKO & THE BINRATS
HALFWAY
MAGPIE DIARIES
LACHLAN BRYAN & THE WILDES
LYLE DENNIS EXPRESS
THE SAN SEBASTIAN
THE SETTLEMENT
BEN LEECE & LEFT OF THE DIAL
DAVEY CRADDOCK
THE BITTER DARLINGS
TORI FORSYTH
LEHMANN B. SMITH
GRACE TURNER
GEORGIA STATE LINE
JAMES ELLIS & THE JEALOUS GUYS
THE MEZCALTONES
THE SWEET JELLY
ROLLS
CAT CANTERI
FAMILY FOLD
RALWAY BELL
SAM NEWTON
THE SLOWDOWNS
GLENY RAE VIRUS & HER PLAYBOYS
RUBY GILBERT
BIG DADDY ROY’S HILLBILLY BOP SAFARI
THE HIGH ANDIES
STEEL CITY SUE
DASHVILLE PROGRESS SOCIETY

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August 1, 2018