Culburra Beach, NSW 2540
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The most popular component of previous festivals has been the music – and 2018 will be no exception.

The Burradise music festival brings you the very best local musos and exceptional Aussie touring bands. The line-up features reggae, blues, rock, acoustic, dance and much more from performers with one thing in common – they love the South Coast and all it stands for.

The rest of the event activities are free, but for our Friday and Saturday evening shows, jam packed with multiple bands, tickets are essential and will sell out fast as numbers are strictly limited. Secure your place by booking online with our sponsor, South Coast Tickets here. 

And here is the FULL MUSIC LINE UP for the 2018 #BurradiseFestival! Whoop Whoop – 11 hours of grooving – world music, reggae, blues, funk, rock, soul goodness. Tickets are $60 for both Friday and Saturday night package, or $30 for Friday or $40 for Saturday each. 2 free under 12 kiddos tickets per transaction allowed. Get tickets here for 2 slamming nights of local and touring grooves on May 11 – 13!

TICKETED GIGS – Waratah Room
Friday and Saturday night package –
$60 (2 free U12 tickets per transaction)
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Friday May 11th
5:30pm $30
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6 Pack Radio
It doesn’t get more local to Culburra Beach than 6 Pack Radio. Belting out originals, these guys have a 90’s rock vibe and that give Soundgarden, Nirvana and Pearl Jam a run for their money. Previously known as Subject to Change, these Burra boys have rocked out the last two Music Trivia Fundraisers for Burradise Festival.

DJ Breakmaster T

Swing Booty
Swing Booty has been described as The Funky Blues Conglomerate! The Booty is much more than that! Swing Booty is a 7 piece genre mash-up of funk, soul and blues complete with afrobeat and latin undertones. The Booty has been around in various forms for a number of years, united by a shared love of music. Their combined love of all things music can be summed up in their song “(Music) Food of the Soul” so pack your dancing shoes and see you on the dance floor! The Booty.

Hat Fitz and Cara
Hat Fitz and Cara can in no way be mistaken for a dainty duo. They are festival favourites throughout Canada, Australia, Europe, and the UK and it has been said they pack more energy into one song than most have in an entire career. A unique combination of hill-style Gospel blues with old timey flavourings and stripped down to just voices, guitar and vintage drums, Hat Fitz & Cara embellish impeccable rootsy originals with soulful vocals reminiscent of a time once forgotten.

Benji and the Saltwater Sound System
The coconut wireless has relayed the message that Ben Fowler has just returned to his mother country Australia to kick start a new musical project, Benji and the Saltwater Sound System. After a year of village living in remote Solomon Islands this musical excursionist has some new material for Australian audiences, as well as his newly acquired village nickname, Benji.

Saturday May 12
From 5:30pm $40
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Inspektor Gadje
InspeKtor Gadje are a unique blend of Euro-trash, Ska, dance mayhem, that will mesmerize the audience with their ecstatic grooves.

Nautilus Sound
Nautilus Sound is Darian Turner and Andy O’Phee, Dj’s and sound system presenters specialising in World music including Arabic, Gypsy, Indian, African, Latin and Indigenous music. We also love our Reggae, Ska Roots and Dub as well as a wide range of Funk, Jazz and Soul. Throw in some Old School Punk, Hip hop , Electronica, Exotica, Techno and Disco and you have the Nautilus Sound.

Claude Hay
Claude Hay has become a permanent fixture on the live circuit and rightly so. He has clocked up four albums since hitting the scene a decade ago and his music has taken him across the country and the world. After coming home after a sold-out UK tour late last year, Claude hunkered down with his new band to put together fresh album for 2018, and first single Still Want More is the first track to see the light of day.

SUB-TRIBE
From the raw, roots-driven frequencies of Aotearoa (New Zealand) comes SUB-TRIBE. A six piiece electronic dub-fusion outfit with more groove than your vintage vinyl collection. From chunky skank reggae to blues drenched glitch hop, SUB-TRIBE keeps it heavy on the bass and keeps you light on your feet. SUB-TRIBE exploded onto the Sydney music scene in 2016, supporting NZ dub pioneers Salmonella Dub on their Summer tour of the east coast of Australia.

Moussa Diakite & Wassado
Influential guitarist Moussa Diakité was part of the golden era of Malian music in the 1970s and ‘80s, performing with some of Africa’s best, including Salif Keita and Toumani Diabaté. Since migrating to Australia, he has stamped his mark on the local scene, teaming up with Sydney band Wassado for a dynamic mix of blues, jazz, Cuban and Afro-rock sounds.

 

WATTLE STAGE –
outdoor daytime
free gig

Saturday May 12

Kenny Bartley
Kenny Bartley shines within his songs. With his heart on sleeve and often comedic aussie take on life, he makes even the most serious listener crack a smile during his set. As well as storytelling through song, he writes as therapy to lifes hurdles.

RJ Ferry
Acoustic Singer/Songwriter : Blues : Jervis Bay, NSW. First single – ‘Paint Me A Picture’ off upcoming debut EP available soon.

Chloe Dadd
Alternative indie roots, guitarist/singer/songwriter from the South Coast, Chloe Dadd brings a unique vibe to her original music. With driving solos, biting beats and oceanic moving lyrics, she creates a journey through sound. Recently won the Triple J Unearthed comp to play at the 2017 Yours And Owls U18 show.

The Groove
The Groove is a new fusion of old sounds emerging from the Illawarra / Shoalhaven. An amorphous shifting blend of spanish / classical and acoustic guitar vibes with driving afro percussive rhythms.

This Way North
It’s easy to forget that This Way North is a two-piece band. Currently of no fixed address, country girls Cat and Leisha are enjoying life on the road, but one thing is evident their sound: their home is on the stage. Whether in a local dive bar or at a national festival, This Way North plays with more passion and energy than a 10-piece band, drumming up a contagious euphoria.

Kava Kings
Psychedelic Summer Guitar Pop – The Kava Kings are your hot wet dream leaving you overwhelmed yet satisfied. These four delinquents have cut their teeth by hauling their van all over Australia and have recently expanded their overseas profile by touring Europe this year. The lads are known for their explosive live show but have recently been focusing on recording new tunes with Producer/Engineer Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe).

Sunday May 13
Mothers Day free gig

Joe Visser
Joe Visser is a 14-year-old singer/songwriter from the south coast of NSW and was the April 2017 winner of Shoalhaven Unearthed. He was also a participant in the 2017 Young Coasties songwriting project and his song ‘Fear’ appears on the Young Coasties album. He lists his influences as Crowded House, Marlon Williams and Lisa Mitchell.

Luci Blue
Luci Blue is a 16-year-old South Coast local who likes to strum out tunes on her grandpa’s guitar. Her voice is soft and emotive, with lyrics drawing from personal experiences and the natural world. She is inspired by musicians such as Cat Power, Bright Eyes and Tom Rosenthal. Come along to hear her folky tunes and her eccentric stage presence Her debut EP ‘softly’ is available on the day.

Rani’s Fire
Rani’s Fire hit the stage in late 2008, folk-esque sound with a twist, in 2010 the album From the Left Side was released, and recruiting drummer, bassist and guitarist has brought Rani’s to a new sound. If you like a bit of innocence mixed with cheeky fun then Rani’s is the relaxing sound for you! 

Sound of Koko
Kachina favours her own unique style of Funk, Soul, Hip Hop and Tribal Fusion mixing her native american indian roots with her Afro american soulful sounds. Be sure to be immersed in the grooves layers and vocal bliss while she is supported by an array of equally talented musicians in her latest project Sound of KoKo.

Roses In Hand
Bringing authentic sound to the stage, Roses in Hand is a musical duo consisting of the talented vocalist, Jessica Allen and the musical mastermind, Sam Burrell captivating the audience with their interactive energy. The pair joined forces in late 2014 and have been whipping local music scenes and fans into a frenzy ever since.

The Groove
The Groove is a new fusion of old sounds emerging from the Illawarra / Shoalhaven. An amorphous shifting blend of spanish / classical and acoustic guitar vibes with driving afro percussive rhythms.

Burradise – gets ya groovin’.

 

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