The Inland Sea of Sound Festival will take the form of an intimate series of concerts in the centre of Bathurst. Indoor and outdoor concerts featuring guest headliners and our finest local musicians.
The festival kicks off on Tuesday, 23 February with a free but ticketed screening of Soda Jerk’s Terror Nullius in association with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
The live concerts commence on Wednesday, 24 February in the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre (BMEC) with Sub-Tribe, a dynamic six piece band from New Zealand. Sub-Tribe will be supported by The Safety of Life at Sea and The Mirandas.
On Thursday, 25 February, the festival moves outdoors, featuring Hussy Hicks lead by Powerhouse Soul vocalist Leesa Gentz and Julz Parker, who is Australia’s leading female guitarist. Hussy Hicks will be supported by local favourites Smith & Jones.
On Friday the events are back at BMEC, where guests will be seduced by the vocal prowess of Kate Ceberano accompanied by guitarist Ben Butler, who has returned from the USA where he performed with Sting and Bruce Springsteen. Local support is singer songwriter Andy Nelson with his amazing, new five piece band.
On Saturday we are outdoors with Headliner C.W. Stoneking, a musical, blues story teller, who is one of a kind. C.W. will be supported by the incomparable Mo’Ju, winner of best song and best album at the 2018 National Indigenous Music Awards.
On Sunday at 2pm in the BMEC theatre, we present kids favourites The Beanies in a free show for families: The Beanies Egg-straordinary Day.
Tickets can be found at https://www.inlandseaofsound.com.au/tickets/ticket-information. You can also pre-order a delicious picnic box for the outdoor and BMEC events.