About Lost Highway Karuah Bluegrass Music Festival 2017
The Lost Highway Karuah Bluegrass Music Festival has built up a reputation as an ideal place for bluegrass players and enthusiasts to gather.
The mission of the Lost Highway festival is to create a festival where musicians, residents and music lovers can gather to enjoy acoustic music, share ideas, learn new music skills and enjoy a weekend of performances in a beautiful setting. Punters also have the chance to indulge in local food, fresh oysters, crafts or a beverage or two at the bar, all contained within the festival grounds.
The Lost Highway festival is community run and endorsed by the Port Stephens Council, and has worked hard to keep a boutique local feel to the event with tickets at a very reasonable price. It is family friendly, relaxed and inclusive, with plenty of support and involvement from the local community.
¹ 'Moonshadow' Cruise (includes Festival Entry for Saturday 6 May):
Cruise on the Moonshadow boat, leaving from Nelson Bay at 10am on Saturday 6th May, arriving at Karuah 11.15am. The boat will leave the festival at 3.30pm and arrive back at Nelson Bay at 4.45pm.
There will be entertainment on the way over. Drinks available to purchase on the boat.
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- Youth (12-18yrs)
- Children under 12 are free with paying adult
- ^plus booking fee