Sydney band Lime Cordiale has been added to the star-studded Deniliquin Blues & Roots Festival list.CASS SAVELLIS February 20, 2013 4:43am
The stage is literally set and the final act has been announced for the inaugural and highly anticipated Deniliquin Blues & Roots event.
Sydney-based Indie group Lime Cordiale (pictured, above) has been added to the line-up for the two-day Easter festival, while organisers released the stage schedule last week.
The festival, which is being held Easter Saturday and Sunday and jointly organised by the Deniliquin Ute Muster office, boasts international megastars Chris Isaak, Steve Miller Band, Santana and Jason Mraz as its headline acts.
Ute Muster general manager John Harvie said preparations were going along smoothly.
He also encouraged those debating on whether to buy a ticket to the concert to ‘‘get in now’’.
‘‘We’re looking over our ticket selling strategies .
Lime Cordiale, a ‘‘five-piece quartet’’, hail from Sydney’s northern beaches.
The band is led by brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach.
‘‘We’re stoked to be on the line-up,’’ Oli said.
‘‘We didn’t take much time considering whether to play at this festival.
‘‘Jason Mraz is someone that really inspired us in our early years.’’
Lime Cordiale have played at a number of Aussie music festivals, including Homebake and Peats Ridge.
The band will open the festivities on Sunday morning on Stage B.
Deniliquin Blues & Roots schedule:
Saturday March 30, Stage A:
12pm - 12.40pm Howlin’ Steam Train
1:15pm - 2:15pm Geoff Achison/Chris Wilson Band
3pm - 4:15pm Zac Brown Band
5pm - 6.15pm Bonnie Raitt
7pm - 8.30pm Jason Mraz
9.45pm - 11pm Chris Isaak
12.40pm - 1.15pm Gallie & Shannon Bourne
2:15pm - 3pm Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk
4.15pm - 5pm Morgan Evans
6:15pm - 7pm Newton Faulkner
8:30pm - 9.45pm Tony Joe White
Sunday March 31, Stage A:
12.20pm - 1pm Marco Gold Smith Band
1.45pm - 2.30pm Morgan Evans
3.15pm - 4.30pm Jimmy Cliff
5pm - 6.30pm Steve Miller Band
7.15pm - 8.45pm Santana
9.45pm - 11pm Status Quo
11.45am - 12.20pm Lime Cordiale
1pm - 1.45pm Howlin’ Steam Train
2.30pm - 3.15pm Dirt River Radio
4.30pm - 5pm Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk
6.30pm - 7.15pm Ward’s Xpress
8.45pm - 9.45pm Collard, Greens & Gravy
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