The flaming Moes.
Starting off this years festival will be The Flaming Moes who are a Professional yet highly entertaining trio, which consists of Shaun Blackie, Tim O'Connor and Mark Hewton.
“Together, we rock any venue, any occasion and any crowd.
Each of us have a big background of musical interest, and have partcipated in Southlands music scene for the past fifteen years.
After playing alongside one another we realized the atmosphere we created together needed to be released!
We have a setlist that contains timeless faves and new age hits, that will be bound to get anyone and everyone, interested.”
These foxy ladies make a return to the festival following last year’s awesome show. Expect a twist on some classic rocky and pop hits from Invercargill ladies: Ma Bradshaw, Teresa Monteath, Pania Simmonds and Hollie Longman.
The Bragg Brothers.
The Bragg Brothers band has been playing around the South Island for the last. 5 years basing themselves in Nelson where the band plays regularly on the Nelson pub scene .This is the bands 3rd time playing at the Bluff oyster festival covering a collection of classic rock hits. Brothers Lou and Chris Bragg grew up in Bluff and are looking forward to returning back to Bluff with drummer Karl Stubberfield to entertain the 2016 Bluff oysterfest crowd.
“We like a lot of music from the 60's and 70's, 80's and 90's middle of the road and classic rock. Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin etc.”
THE BEAT GIRLS.
The Beatgirls is a fully produced, costumed and choreographed musical event that gets a room dancing, singing and socialising.
. "The girls are trained and rehearsed in hundreds of songs and dances,"