Skyfields, the brand new live outdoor event in North Western Tasmania has announced the addition of two of Australia’s leading male singer-songwriters to the bill for the inaugural concert event in March 2016.

Sharing the stage with Missy Higgins and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra will be Paul Dempsey with full band and special guest Dan Sultan (solo), along with upcoming local artists Jesse Teinaki, Halfway to Forth and Leah Woodberry and the internationally performed and critically acclaimed Crescendo Choir.

With hundreds of sold-out shows, festival appearances and gold and platinum awards, Dempsey has had a long and successful career both as front man for Something For Kate and as a solo artist. Rightly considered to be one this country’s most acclaimed songwriters and performers, Dempsey will be performing material from his gold selling Everything Is True LP and showcasing material from his upcoming second solo album to be released next year.

ARIA, AIR and Deadly Award winner Sultan will join the line up at Skyfields showcasing songs from his critically acclaimed album Blackbird, most recent EP Dirty Ground along with brand new music from his upcoming album to be released in 2016.

Skyfields aim is to produce world’s best standard events that will provide a platform to deliver and ultimately attract high caliber local and international music and arts performances, while utilizing the natural world class attributes this part of Tasmania has in such abundance. The venue boasts panoramic  views of lush rolling green hills and rainforest, world-class foods, wines and produce.

Tickets on sale from Saturday 10th October at