What a weekend! Over a thousand blues lovers descend on The Snowy Mountains for successful 28th Thredbo Blues Festival

The 28th Thredbo Blues Festival was a big success on the weekend, attracting over a thousand blues lovers to the Snowy Mountains for three days of incredible blues performances.

The 28th Thredbo Blues Festival was a big success over the weekend, attracting over a thousand blues lovers to the Snowy Mountains for three days of incredible blues performances and good times. 

Thredbo Blues Festival Organiser, Jen Wilson said she was thrilled to see the Thredbo Blues Festival return in all its glory for its 28th year.

‚ÄúThis year really was the complete blues party experience. It was incredible to feel the unique atmosphere take over the village once more and the artists put on a spectacular show for us all weekend long," said Ms Wilson.

The massive program featured 65 performances by 23 different blues acts, with headliners including Nathan Cavaleri, Mal Eastick's Review, Karen Lee Andrews, Blues Power and Dom Turner & the Rural Blues Project. 

Kicking off on Friday night, the festival kept rolling all the way through to Sunday, with performances at 17 different venues creating an incredible atmosphere across the village. There was a wide range of shows for guests to enjoy, with everything from intimate and relaxed outdoor gigs to lively shows that got everyone dancing and unique blues style dining experiences. 

Looking forward, Thredbo's summer events calendar won't be slowing down anytime soon, with the Taste of the Snowies Food & Wine Festival taking over next weekend and Thredbo Music Series bringing back the good tunes and awesome times to close out the Cannonball MTB Festival on February 18.