2021 Burradise Festival

Ticketed festival line-up

Most of the attractions of Burradise are FREE and completely family friendly. However, there is a ticketed live music event scheduled for both Friday and Saturday nights in the community hall that needs to be ticketed for both safety and COVID-related information.

Many of the bands that have headlined at our night-time music line-ups over the years have gone on to find national and international success, and we expect this year’s shows to attract many visitors to town once again.

More information about the musical acts for 2021 will be announced as bookings are confirmed, so stay tuned for news as it is released.

We will also be updating our COVID safety measures as we edge closer to September, depending on changing guidelines and restrictions from NSW Health and other stakeholders.

Tickets will be sold through Humantix and a link will be posted here once they go on sale.

Watch this space!

Local band GOTU performing at last festival's night-time ticketed event.

Previous festival line-up:


Friday night

Benji and the Saltwater Sound System
Frank Sultana Blues Machine
Inspektor Gadje
George Bishop
GOTU
DJ Breakmaster T

Saturday night

Allensworth
Declan Kelly
Daddy Longlegs and the Swamp Donkeys
Bateria 61
Leisure Coasters
The Groove
Nautilus Sound
2021 Performer Applications

Free live and local music

As well as ticketed music nights, the Burradise Festival will host a series of free day-time music events aimed at promoting live and local musical acts in a professional, family friendly setting.

Many of the free music line-ups will feature community groups and young singer songwriters, across three hubs and three days.

If you're a musician in the Shoalhaven region and you want to gain exposure on a professional stage in front of your community audience, submit a performer application using the link on this page and we will be in touch about your musical vibe.

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