Good Day Sunshine festival is set to return to the 3 Oceans Winery this year

Suzanne AstonBusselton Dunsborough Times
The Cat Empire
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The Good Day Sunshine festival is set to return to the 3 Oceans Winery on Saturday, April 6.

Part of the Macro Music family of events, Good Day Sunshine has become one of the highlights of the WA festival calendar.

For 2024, The Good Day Sunshine Festival is bringing together six of the greatest live acts in the country.

John Butler, The Cat Empire, The Bamboos, Caravãna Sun, Tijuana Cartel, and Banjo Lucia will all be performing at the popular South West Festival.

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John Butler and The Cat Empire are the headline acts.

Announcing his attendance at the festival, Butler said he was “stoked’ to be playing at Good Day Sunshine.

Butler’s story reads like a Hollywood movie, from Busker to Music Legend. He is a highly talented instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and activist.

The Cat Empire will be bringing their joyous and uplifting music to Good Day Sunshine, blending styles like jazz and funk with international flavours of Latin, Caribbean and Creole.

This year the Cat Empire are celebrating their 25th anniversary, and they remain Australia’s ultimate party band.

In support will be some energetic and talented performers.

Having spent last year performing at home and abroad, The Bamboos are ready to turn up the heat at Good Day Sunshine 2024.

The Bamboos dart from soul, to funk, to disco, blending an epic horn section with infectious Latin rhythms and the soulful vocals of powerhouse frontwoman Kylie Auldist.

Caravãna Sun are ready to soak up the WA love and bring their best festival vibes to Good Day Sunshine 2024.

Craftily adding elements of new school pop, electronica and soul to traditional styles like funk, flamenco and ska, Caravãna Sun can be upbeat and lively one minute, then heartfelt and emotive the next.

Tijuana Cartel are one of Australia’s most innovative bands, and Good Day Sunshine punters will witness just how Tijuana Cartel came to be named “one of the most fearsome live bands in the country”.

Fremantle’s Banjo Lucia has made huge waves in the past few years, stunning audiences with her beautiful voice, haunting piano lines and heartfelt songs.

Her addition to the lineup will be the icing on the Good Day Sunshine cake – putting one of the country’s fastest rising stars shoulder-to-shoulder with its biggest icons.

Tickets are available from http://www.tickets.gdsfest.com/ and prices start at $89.90

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