Dashville Skyline completes line-up for fifth alternative-country festival at Lower Belford

SHOWMAN: Henry Wagons will be among the headline acts for Dashville Skyline when the alt-country music festival returns in October. Picture: Eddie Jim
SHOWMAN: Henry Wagons will be among the headline acts for Dashville Skyline when the alt-country music festival returns in October. Picture: Eddie Jim

COUNTRY rock band Wagons and Hunter Valley troubadour William Crighton headline the second and final announcement of artists for the fifth Dashville Skyline.

The three-day alt-country and Americana music festival returns to Lower Belford from October 4 to 6.

Wagons' charismatic frontman Henry Wagons is no stranger to the bush surrounds of Dashville, having headlined Skyline in 2016 and he has performed at sister festival Gum Ball.

Crighton, who is touring the UK, is also a Skyline regular having built his intense live reputation at the festival.

Skyline will also feature Irish singer-songwriter Amy Montgomery, Andy Golledge, Freya Josephine Hollick, James Ellis & The Jealous Guys, Gretta Ziller, Sean McMahon, Newcastle's James Thomson, The Weeping Willows and many more.

They join Indigenous folk legend Archie Roach, Kiwi Tami Neilson, Emily Wurramara, American Hannah Aldridge and The Kill Devil Hills.

Tickets are on sale through Dashville's website.

REGULAR: Bellbird-based artist William Crighton will perform at Dashville Skyline following his European tour. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

REGULAR: Bellbird-based artist William Crighton will perform at Dashville Skyline following his European tour. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers