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Midnight Oil willl launch their first all Oils album since ‘Capricornia’ in 2002 at this October’s Bluesfest.

The official launch of Midnight Oils new album will take place at this October’s rescheduled Bluesfest on Friday 1 October. It will be the first all Oils album launched since ‘Capricornia’ in 2002.

‘Every day at Bluesfest is packed with amazing artists, but Midnight Oil have given us a wonderful present as they launch their album at Bluesfest,’ said Bluesfest in a press release this morning.

‘Established artists like Russell Morris, The Church, Ocean Alley, Briggs, Xavier Rudd, Tex Perkins: The Man In Black, Vika & Linda, The Living End, The Black Sorrows, Ash Grunwald, Nathan Cavaleri, All Our Exes Live In Texas, are among the many artists playing Friday 1t October alongside new discovery artists like JK-47, The Regime, ROSHANI and Lambros.’

The rescheduled Bluesfest will take place over four days from Friday 1 to Monday 4h October after the Easter event was cancelled at the last minute due to COIVD transmission in Byron Bay and the Gold Coast.

All ticket options plus camping, parking and VIP are on sale now via Moshtix.


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