Lighthouse Festival 2023 – STAR FM GA

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18+
Norah Head Lighthouse
Saturday 11 March 2023.
Ticket Price includes GST and $4.00 booking fee.

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Lighthouse Festival is thrilled to announce its return for a sixth time on Saturday 11 March 2023!

There’s nothing quite like the Lighthouse Festival experience. Amazing artists in a breathtaking location, good food, good wine and good company.

It’s a simple recipe for an unforgettable day out.


PETE MURRAY
Pete Murray is one of Australia’s most loved singer-songwriters, he is committed to constantly growing and evolving as an artist and gets a thrill from offering fans new and exciting material with each release.

PIERCE BROTHERS
For years now twin brothers Jack and Patrick Pierce’s high energy duo Pierce Brothers has been a staple of the Australian indie-folk/ blues & roots scene, captivating festival goers and headlining sold out venues the world over.

GARRETT KATO
Singer, songwriter & platinum-award winning producer Garrett Kato delivers his most sonically striking style of indie-folk yet on new album Small Town Rituals. Since the release of “Take It Slowly,” sophomore album hemispheres, & 2021 EP Kumamoto, the Canada-born, Australia-based artist has amassed over 106 million worldwide streams and performed sold-out shows alongside Damien Rice and Ziggy Alberts. Australian tastemaker triple j dubbed him as the “producer and musician behind some of the most prominent sounds coming out of Byron Bay’s booming buskers scene,” and rightly so. Garrett has worked with a string of iconic Aussie artists including Julia Stone, Ziggy Alberts, Tones and I, Riley Pearce and more.

DARREN MIDDLETON (POWDERFINGER)

For almost 20 years, Darren was guitarist and songwriter with famed Australian band, Powderfinger. Darren has since released 2 more albums and an EP—this time under his own name.

Darren’s first solo release, Translations (2013), showcased the breadth of Darren’s musical chops and opened a lot of eyes and ears along the way. The liner notes read like a ‘who’s who’ of the Australian music industry, with guests including Bernard Fanning, Paul Dempsey, Pete Murray, Clare Bowditch and Nic Cester.

D’ARCY SPILLER
D’Arcy Spiller may as yet be an unknown quantity, but her music will transport you to some achingly familiar places. The tender compositions of her debut EP deal with hedonism and hurt, with a voice that could shuck the most brittle heart.

THE GOOD LOVE
The Good Love are a five-piece pop-rock/blues-rock band, all hailing from different parts of the NSW coastline. Effortlessly bringing the nostalgic sounds of 60s pop-rock into a contemporary setting, the band showcases creamy guitar tones, infectious rhythms and unforgettable melodies that are reminiscent of The Beach Boys and The Beatles.

JYE SHARP
Jye Sharp is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter from the Cental Coast of NSW. Being a self taught musician from a very young age, the now 26 year old has been gracing stages all up and down the east coast of Australia with his fun, energetic show for the last 6 years.

DAVID MCCREDIE
A folk singer songwriter with a homebase in Sydney, yet travels the East Coast of Australia playing his music. David decided that 2022 was going to be the year! So he started releasing his own music and has released three singles already. His much anticipated third single ‘Letter To You’ was released on the 28th of October.