Singer-songwriter Bella Mackenzie will perform at the upcoming Mackay Festival Sessions on August 15.
Singer-songwriter Bella Mackenzie will perform at the upcoming Mackay Festival Sessions on August 15.

FULL LIST: Every musician at Mackay Festival Sessions

MACKAY musicians, dance groups, mural artists and more will perform at Mackay Festival Sessions from next week.

Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre will host the performances via livestream from the auditorium every Saturday throughout August.

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First up is solo artist CLOVR and indie rock band Headlights on August 8.

Inspired by Jai Paul, Flume and Caribou, CLOVR's futuristic, upbeat pop-electronica style has featured on Triple J.

The following week features country artists Bella Mackenzie and Jack McDougall on August 15.

Mackenzie has won a mountain of accolades at country music festivals up and down the country and McDougall recently released his first ever video clip, reaching number one on the iTunes chart.

Next is indie singer-songwriter Will Blume - who crafts his own didgeridoo instruments - and pop-classical trio Folks Like Us on August 22.

The trio formed during their time studying at the Central Conservatorium of Music with Brendan studying violin, Sarah piano and Kathleen opera.

Finally, the festival draws to a close with performances by the The Base Coats and Tia Gostelow on August 29.

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The Base Coats is a funk, soul and rock quartet with some live-looping, percussion and "digeribone" thrown in.

And Gostelow is an indie folk rock singer-songwriter whose album Thick Skin featured on Triple J.

The Sessions will also feature Mackay dancers, visual artists and businesses as well as prize packs on offer for those watching at home.

You can watch the Sessions by tuning in to the Mackay Festival's Facebook and YouTube pages from 6pm to 8pm each Saturday.

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