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Marysville Jazz & Blues Weekend 2019

Ticket Information

  • Adult Full Weekend: $165.00 each
  • Child Weekend Pass: $70.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply


  • Fri 18 Oct 2019, 3:00pm
  • Sat 19 Oct 2019, 12:00pm
  • Sun 20 Oct 2019, 10:00am



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Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend has announced its full artist lineup—and everyone packing their bags for a cozy weekend away this October will have plenty to wrap their ears around while enjoying the lush surrounds of the Yarra Valley.

The latest troupe of amazing musicians to join the festival lineup include New Orleans-inspired street band Horns of Leroy, the 10-piece 'One Night Only – The Blues Bros. Revue' celebrating the music of the Blues Brothers and featuring the cream of Melbourne's young gun blues players, the fabulous pipes of Paige Duggan in her contemporary Jazz duo with Wayne Parker, Blues shouter Mike Elrington, and many more likely-to-become-your-new-favourite-artist artists…

Below is the full lineup:

Vika and Linda
Senegambian Jazz Band
Karen Lee Andrews
One Night Only – The Blues Bros. Revue
Horns Of Leroy
Frank Sultana
Blues Roulette
Mike Elrington
Rhythm X Revival
Matty T Wall
Big Band Frequency
Paige Duggan & Wayne Parker
Sugarfoot Ramblers
Julian James
Lillian Albazi Quintet
Charlie Bedford
JD Delves
Eva To Diva
Tank Dilemma
Dan Dinnen and Shorty
Anna Scionti
Dean Haitani
Jazz Daiquiri
Grim Fawkner
High Society Jazz Orchestra
Bo Jenkins
Jon and Bel
Flying Home
Matt Katsis
JD Wilson
Jarrod Shaw

Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend will be offering kids' tickets this year due to increased demand. Children 9–17 year-olds can get in for under half price, while those 8 and under get free entry. All tickets are available through the festival website.

Being a community-run event, the Marysville Jazz and Blues Weekend is reliant on funding from many supporters in the local area, and the festival is pleased to acknowledge Murrindindi Shire Council who this week announced that they are providing a grant to ensure the ongoing success of the event. The organisers would also like to make special mention of the help received from Marysville and Community Triangle Foundation who are funding the community stage and artists this year.

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