Karen Schofield and Jo Rugg kept the ablution block smelling sweet with fragrances from their Hippie Sticks incense that is manufactured in Bodalla.
Heath Cullen who hails from Candelo on the Far South Coast had audiences entranced in the King Albert tent on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
Watermelon Slim rips out a soul lifting solo on the harp during his stellar performance with Fiona Boyes on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
One of Saturdays headline acts Chris Wilson (on harp) adds his spirit to the charisma of Watermelon Slim and Fiona Boyes on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
Rotary members working in the Rotary food van at the blues festival were the legendary Laurelle Pacey, Michael O Connor with Bob and Merinda Antill.
Kim Bush of Bodalla with her friend Chris Murphy from Lake Macquarie were enjoying the blues at the Narooma Blues Festival on Saturday night.
Jim Hilbun supporting Johnny Cass were performing in Ferny’s Juke Joint at the Great Southern Blues Festival on Saturday night. You can catch these lads in the Juke Joint again at 5pm Sunday.
Mark Burnell of Quaama and Paul Nelson of Sydney enjoying the Blues on Saturday night.
Regular festival goers Jen and John Stevenson of Potato Point were both happy to see the blues festival return to Narooma.
The Miller family from Calton in Tasmania have visited Narooma regularly over the years. This visit the family took in the Narooma Blues Festival and by all accounts they were having a great time.
The police and sniffer dogs maintained their active presence at the Blues Festival on Saturday night.
Blues band Third Degree received a standing ovation and performed an encore for fans on the Peter Phelps stage on Saturday night.
Unique blues guitarist Wolf Mail was looking good and sounding even better when he performed on the Albert Kings stage at the Narooma blues Festival on Saturday afternoon.
Raechel and Stephen Calder of Sydney were enjoying the blues music at Bill Smyth Oval on Saturday.
Thirty years of performances, including sharing the stage with the likes of Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and Keith Richards, ensured US artists The Holmes Brothers delivered a magnificent set for the audience on Saturday afternoon.Photo by Sarah Chenhall
Saturday nights lights above the Albert King Stage. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
Backstage, sound technician shows his collection of artist's guitar pics. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
The reunion of Chris Wilson and the Crown of Thorns was a musical feast for their devoted following. Chris has been a major part of the Australian music scene for decades. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
American artists Papa Chubby and Sari Schorr will have fond memories of their first Australian tour after brining the house down during Saturday's final set. Photo by Sarah Chenhall
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The second day of the Great Southern Blues Festival has seen a huge and happy crowd rejoice at the return of the festival to Narooma.
The weather was kind to the masses that gathered to hear the likes of Pete Cornelius and the Devilles, Third Degree south coast artist Heath Cullen.
Watermelon Slim and Fiona Boyes were a highlight of the daylight performances with their four piece band rocking out the Peter Phelps Stage at 3.15pm.
One of the night's headline act Chris Wilson delighted the crowd with a guest appearance on the harp for one long number.
As the sun set the crowd cranked up for Backsliders, Papa Chubby and Sari Schorr, Mal Eastick Big Band and Chris Wilson and the Crown of Thorns.
Crowd favorite Chris Wilson praised the event's return to Narooma, saying it was the "spiritual home" of the festival.
"I'm so glad it's back in beautiful Narooma, it's one of my favorite places to play and one of my favorite festivals."
"I'm delighted to be hear and may it always be here."
Today (Sunday) sees South Coast artist Daniel Champagne kick start the music at 12.15pm.
Wyndham local Matt Southern is up next with his band Two Rivers Blues along with Renee Geyer, Ash Grunwald, Russell Morris and Chris Cain.
The music festival is known for being a "giant petri dish" in which experienced and emerging artists can meet and share their passion in a beautiful coastal environment.
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