Tyrone Vaughan has serious Blues genes As is the case with many towns in Australia's South east it has been a challenging 2 weeks for Thredbo with the Kosciuszko National Park closed due to bush fire threat.? Happily we have been extremely fortunate with the weather conditions and also as a result of? the efforts of the RFS.? We have now received official notification from the National Parks Service that Thredbo will be open from?Tuesday January 14th.? The great news is that this gives us just enough time to get ready for the Thredbo Blues Festival which will go ahead? this weekend starting at 6pm on Friday afternoon and running all the way through to the small hours on Monday Morning. The Thredbo Blues Festival is an iconic music event and it is a great relief?that it will run? again in its 26th year.? We? still have accommodation available for the weekend and you can book to stay in Thredbo for the festival from $225 per person twin share for 2 nights or even less for groups.? The Full festival pass for the weekend is only $169 and includes free access to the chairlift and over 20 different acts playing in more than 60 gigs over the weekend. The festival headliner for Blues 2020 is Tyrone Vaughan, the nephew of the late Stevie Ray Vaugan and the son the great Jimmie Vaughan. Tyrone will bring his texas style blues to Thredbo? with Australia's tightest rythm section the Darren Jack Band.? ?There is a huge line up of talent coming for the weekend.? You can check them out here.? Book your accommodation online or call us on 1800 020 598