Performance Schedule

The Cockroaches

One of Australia’s great bands of the 80’s is back by popular demand and will be doing a very special show for Lithgow Halloween 19.

The band is excited! “It’s kind of like we are playing a big private party. We’ll do a whole bunch of Cockroaches songs from our albums as well as songs that we’ve always loved to play as well as some modern songs as we’ve got some youngsters playing with us”, enthuses lead singer Paul Field.

The one man who was actually paid to sleep on the job with The Wiggles, Jeff Fatt adds, “we know if people come along that they’ll have fun. See you there!”

  • 8.45pm – 10pm
  • Cook Street Plaza Stage

Old School Band

One of Sydney’s best bands featuring the hits of the 80’s and more.

Old School Band returns after taking Lithgow Halloween 18 by storm. The band takes their fun very seriously and will get the party started. “Old School are very excited to be performing again at Lithgow Halloween 19. We know from previous years what an amazing event this is and the huge amount of talent there is on display. We can’t wait to be performing the hits of the 80’s for you all. Along with the other performers, we hope to see you all their”

  • 6.50pm – 8.05pm
  • Cook Street Plaza Stage

Madam Fatalé

Madam Fatalé all grew up in the Sydney/Blue Mountains area. They are very excited to be playing Lithgow Halloween for the first time. They are the nonchalant, carefree pop-punk darlings of the Blue Mountains music scene. Featured on Triple J’s popular Unearthed section, Madam Fatalé are poised to release a double single and 7 track EP.

  • 8.05pm – 8.50pm
  • Eskbank Stage

Dingo Gringo

The name Dingo Gringo harks to the global electro Cumbia and up vibe dance feel of much of the music.

Besides his Gondwana band Charlie has toured and performed with the likes of Midnight Oil, Sunrise Band, Bart Willoughby, Janes Addiction and Carlos Peron. His recorded music is often used as a sound track to evoke an Oz essence and played on sound tracks of Mad Max and Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

Charlie has a long association with Indigenous folk and was the opening act for PM Keating’s historic Redfern Speech in 1995. While being well versed in traditional lore, Charlie’s work is contemporary and Arnhem Land elders credit him for inventing complex and interesting ways of playing Didj’. He invented the pitch shift Didjeribone which is a joint venture with Qld artist Tjupurru.

Peters’ background is in arts and activism. In 2016 he produced the epic ‘Do it Ourselves Culture’ documentary that told a story of activism as it blended with dance music in Australia since the early 90’s. He co-created ‘Ohms Not Bombs’, an urban/outback travelling sound system project which were active in the 90’s and 00’s fusing events with various environmental and social justice issues.

In Dingo Gringo he plays samples and programmes the bands tracks.

  • 6.50pm – 7.20pm
  • Eskbank Stage

Blumesday

Coming off a high after winning
1st prize at the Sing it Say it
Activist quest at the Family
Hotel in Katoomba, the boys
from Blumesday have big plans
to bring rock music back into
peoples lives.
Based in the Blue Mountains,
this young local band offers
alternative rock, via a 4 piece
band.
Each member of the band
brings a diverse musical

knowledge and personal taste,
so when writing music they are
open to anything and
everything.
This has enabled a great variety
of original music to be created
and performed.
While only young, Blumesday
has already played at the iconic
Annandale Hotel, Winter Magic
Festival, Mid Mountains
Festival, Junction 142 and
several pubs and local halls
throughout the mountains.
They are looking forward to
rocking your socks off at
Lithgow Halloween 2019.