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    Blues Arcadia

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    Festival favourites and three-time Blues Music Award winners Blues Arcadia are releasing their second full-length studio album "Now Or Never" and introducing it to this great southern land by doing what they do best....

    Blasting off on their biggest ever interstate tour, they are bringing their unique and incendiary blend of jazz, soul and blues to the people of Northern NSW and surrounds with a show at The Citadel in Murwillumbah.

    Do not miss your opportunity to see one of Australia's most exciting live bands in action. Tickets on sale Now!

    "The future of the blues is secure" - Blues Blast Magazine (USA)
    “A well-oiled soul-machine”
     – Blues Magazine (Netherlands)

    "This is what a 21st century blues band should sound like - a howling celebration of what it is to make music now" - 4ZZZ 102.1FM

    “Enough chemistry for a lab explosion” – The Sunday Mail (AUS)

    "Impressively accomplished... Blues Arcadia exudes all-round excellence" - Weekend Australian Review

    "Damn good songwriting across a range of styles, allied to some quality musicianship from all concerned."- Blues Matters Magazine (UK)

    "A highlight of the performance is the interplay between main songwriters Alan Boyle and guitarist Chris Harvey" - COURIER MAIL QWeekend

    “Next time they’re playing, make sure you see them.” SCENESTR Magazine

    $25 at the door

    The Citadel is located in the beautiful hinterland of The Tweed, in Murwillumbah. We are an intimate licenced venue. We often sell out so best to purchase tickets online-they may be a little more expensive at the door, if still available.
    There are seats for all, but not allocated. For concerts the hall doors will open 30mins prior to the concert to allow you to choose your seat. 
    Otherwise, the bar will be open from 5pm and we will have something special on our menu if you’re hungry..

    Look forward to seeing you

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