Five-piece outfit from Sydney’s Northern Beaches Lime Cordiale and soul/rhythm and blues songstress Caiti Baker will headline the Wollombi Music Festival later this year.
Organisers announced the official lineup on Tuesday, ahead of the long-weekend festival from September 30 to October 1.
The weekend is expected to offer a mixed bag of music, from gentle folk to blues-rock, reggae, dub and roots.
Two Bluesfest Byron Bay competition winners, IVY and Tay Oskee, have also joined this year’s lineup, along with Dubarray, Emily Wurramara, The Ruiins, Kava Kings, The Hillbilly Goats, Night Kite, Declan Kelly and his band The Rising Sun, as well as Newcastle legends Cornstalk.
The event, now in its eighth year, will also feature Wollombi family The Rhythm Hut, Drum Circle and Silent Disco.
It will be held at a new site this year – a property about two minutes outside the Wollombi township known 'Down by The Millpond'.
Camping and non-camping tickets are available – kids aged 12 and under receive free entry with a parent or guardian.