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Neil Finn, Josh Pyke, Mojo Juju and more lead 2018 Riverboats Music Festival lineup

All aboard. 

The annual Riverboats Music Festival is going full steam ahead for another stellar installment, boasting a lineup that celebrates internationally loved heritage acts alongside some first class up and comers. 

Legendary songsmith Neil Finn leads the lineup, joined by his son Liam Finn. They'll be performing tunes from Neil's latest record, in which Liam co-produced. 

"Liam and I have been dreaming up this record for the last two years," said Neil. "We have a wonderful band assembled to bring it to the stage and are casting the net wide to bring up some old treasures for the setlist.”

Elsewhere on the lineup, Kasey Chambers will be taking to the stage off the back of her 11th studio album, Dragonfly, marking her first ever appearance at Riverboats Festival. 

ARIA Award-winning songwriter Josh Pyke will be bringing a career-spanning set with him, while The Black Sorrows will join forces with Vika & Linda Bull for a dynamic live set. Alt-country champion Henry Wagons will be swaggering onto the stage, while The Teskey Brothers will follow up with some of the finest blues music on the Australian circuit at the moment. 

Rounding it out comes music from Mojo Juju, Gawurra, Neil Murray, Jazz Party, Tracy McNeil, Eaten By Dogs, and more. 

Just over two hours outside of Melbourne, Riverboats Music Festival is the only music festival Australia wide that gives audiences the chance to enjoy some tunes while cruising down the Murray. A picturesque getaway, it's well worth adding to your festival bucket list. 

Riverboats Music Festival 2018 goes down in Echuca across Friday February 16 - Sunday February 18. Tickets are on sale now.