Animals at the Bluesfest

Eric Burdon will bring The Animals to the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival next Easter.

In the 60s (before personal computers, internet, DVDs, mobile phones, iPods, job insecurity and climate change) Eric Burdon and The Animals stormed the pop charts in 1964 with their electric version of the old folk song House Of The Rising Sun. They followed with more hits Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood, We Gotta Get Out of This Place and Inside Looking Out, to name but some.

Now he has a brand new The Animals (no original members) whom hell be bringing to the East Coast Blues & Roots Festival over Easter, April 13-17, at Red Devil Park in Byron Bay.

Eric is a rock and roll legend. He will be joined by a huge cast of performers (mostly younger) in this five-day music spectacular.

For more info on other artists featuring at the festival or to buy tickets check out the website at www.bluesfest.com.au.


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