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Robert Plant To Headline West Coast Blues & Roots Festival 2013

Sister event to Byron Bay’s Bluesfest, the 2013 lineup for Fremantle’s West Coast Blues & Roots Festival has been announced, and it’s a monster. Sporting a similar roster of acts to the Bluesfest lineup, the two-day festival will be headlined by Robert Plant, Iggy and the Stooges and Ben Harper.

The additional announcement of another Robert Plant show makes the possibility of sideshows even more likely. Now in its tenth year, the festival will be held in Fremantle Park, situated in the heart of Perth. Also on the bill are the likes of Status Quo, Kitty Daisy & Lewis, Wilco, Jimmy Cliff, Ash Grunwald, Michael Kiwanuka and Benjamin Francis Leftwhich.

The event will take place over 23rd & 24th March and will celebrate its respectable milestone in style, with many more acts to be announced. Headliner, Plant, will present his Sensational Space Shifters show, which recently saw him tackled on stage during a gig in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

West Coast Blues & Roots Festival – 2013 Lineup
Robert Plant Presents Sensational Space Shifters
Ben Harper
Iggy And The Stooges
Carlos Santana
Chris Isaak
Status Quo
Steve Miller Band
Tedeschi Trucks Band
Bonnie Rait
Wilco
Fred Wesley
Newton Faulkner
Jimmy Cliff
Michael Kiwanuka
Kitty Daisy & Lewis
Ash Grunwald
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Mama Kin
Blue Shaddy
+ Many more to be announced

Ticket Info
On Sale – 9AM Monday 19th November via Moshtix.com.au

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