Blues at Bridgetown have a fantastic WEEKEND FESTIVAL TICKET & TENT CITY CAMPING bundle which offers great value accommodation for a 2-person tent.

Affectionately known as Tent City (but really more a tent village), your weekend home away from home is less than a 10 minute walk from all the action, and has a great easy-going vibe with only like minded blues and music enthusiasts as your neighbours. Many of the people staying at Tent City return year after year, so you’re in good hands with friendly people happy to help out and point you in the right direction.

The accommodation must be pre-booked and is only available as a bundle inconjunction with Weekend Festival tickets – three nights of festival, three nights accommodation. All are two person tents which can be occupied by one or two people.

AVAILABILITY – Pre-booked only • 2 person tents (1 or 2 person occupancy) • only available inconjunction with Weekend Festival tickets

HOURS – Arrive after 4:30pm Friday • Depart by 7:00am Monday

LOCATION – Bridgetown High School Oval • 40-58 Steere Street, Bridgetown

INCLUDES – Tent • Cot (per person) • Access to school shower facilities • Site lighting only (no power provided) • Breakfast

BRING – Linen, sleeping bag or bedding • Pillows • Torch (no power provided)

NOT PERMITTED – Open fires • Cooking • Animals and pets.



Bridgetown is in the heart of the Blackwood Valley, within easy reach from the surrounding towns of Balingup, Greenbushes, Boyup Brook, Nannup and Manjimup. They are between 15 and 40 minutes away – a comfortable drive through lush countryside. All our neighbours are great hosts, and they will certainly look after you.

A range of accommodation types to suit all budgets is available within the region – from hotels, motels, chalets, bed & breakfasts, farm stays and bush retreats, to various caravan and camping options.

Accommodation during the event is in high demand both in Bridgetown and the surrounding areas. Booking early is definitely a good idea.

The Bridgetown-Greenbushes Visitor Centre is the best place to start – visit their website, send them an email or give them a call. They can assist with finding and booking the right accommodation for you in Bridgetown as well as all the surrounding areas. You can also get in touch with the visitor centres of Balingup, Boyup Brook, Nannup and Manjimup directly.