Byron Bay Bluesfest, formerly the East Coast International Blues & Roots Music Festival, is an annual Australian music festival that has been held over the Easter long weekend in the Byron Bay, New South Wales, area since 1990. The festival features a large selection of blues and roots performers from Australia and around the world and is one of the world’s leading contemporary music festivals.
Entertaining 6,000 in the first year, Bluesfest now attracts over 100,000 music fans and is proudly the premier festival in Australia as a safe, fun, family-friendly event. In 2010, Bluesfest moved to its permanent home, the community event site at the spectacular 300 acre Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, just 11km north of Byron Bay.
Bluesfest features 200 performances across multiple stages over five x 12 hour days. Camping for 6,000 guests. Five licensed bars. 100+ food and market stalls. Undercover food courts. Beer gardens. Quality family entertainment.
Centred in the heart of one of Australia’s premier tourist and alternative culture destinations, the Byron Events Farm is ready to offer an attractive option for a diverse range of events.
Located on a 300-acre purpose-built events site, the Byron Events Farm is also the official home of Bluesfest Byron Bay, one of the world’s premier music festivals.
On the coastline only 15 mins from the heart of Byron Bay, with the Gold Coast Airport 35 mins north and the Ballina-Byron Gateway Airport 20 mins south; the property is conveniently positioned.