TWO DAYS OF NON-STOP MUSIC
ONSITE CAMPING, TWO STAGES
ONLY 3 HOURS FROM MELBOURNE
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
SAT 19th & SUN 20th APRIL, CONARGO ROAD, DENILIQUIN

FAQs

General

I only want to see one particular artist, if they cancel can I get a refund?

Is there camping on site?

How big can our tents and caravans be?

Will tents be supplied?

Are pensioner or concession tickets available?

When is the latest I can purchase tickets online?

Will EFTPOS be accepted at the Festival?

What happens if it rains?

Can I bring an umbrella to the Festival?

What sort of shoes do you recommend I wear?

Can I wear steel capped boots?

Will there be alcohol allowed in the camping area?

If I buy a camping ticket am I allowed to have alcohol at my camp and bring my own food to cook with?

When are the playing times going to be released?

Will pass-outs be allowed?

If I have a ticketing question, who can I ask?

Can I cook at my camp site?

Are the camp sites designated or are they first in first served?

Can you book camp sites alongside each other?

Is there power at the camp site?

Can we recharge our phones on site?

Where is the camping area located and how far is it from the stage?

Are prams permitted?

Is there ample car parking for disabled patrons?

What kind of food and drinks are going to be sold at the Festival?

Can I smoke at the Festival?

Is there any seating at the event or is it all general admission?

Can we set up a stall at the Festival grounds?

Is there a group ticket discount available?

Can I bring my own chairs to the Festival?

Is the Festival a licensed event?

Can I bring a camera?

Can I bring a video camera?

Can I bring my esky with food or drinks into the Festival?

Are pets allowed?

I lost something at Deni Bluesfest 2014

When can enter the campsite and start setting up?

Can I camp in my car?

Are their showers?

How far is Deni from my nearest capital city?

Where are the nearest shops to the site?

Latest News

The reviews are in!

23 Apr 14 - Check out these great reviews of the festival from publications throughout Australia and in the UK:

"The sunny autumnal conditions 70 kilometres from the Echuca-Moama border throughout Saturday and Sunday gave way to chilly nights, but as daylight faded it was Deni's star attractions that kept fans leaping to their feet from rows and rows of comfortable camp chairs. Across two stages more than 25 artists and bands kept the music coming." Read More...