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Crookwell is a small town located in the Southern Tablelands of New South…
Two minutes from the Hume Highway west of Goulburn and a leisurely hour’s…
Taralga is a small village in the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales,…
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At the Crookwell Showground, gates open at 12.30pm and the food trucks, Stockade Bar and merchandise stands will be ready for festival goers to start pouring in and get prime position with their picnic blankets and chairs. Get ready for eight hours of live music between 2.30pm and 10.30pm, from some of this country’s finest artists, culminating in a massive fireworks show.
The incredible line-up promises an experience to remember for all ages, starring the coolest daddy of them all, Ross Wilson – fresh from his 50 Years Of Eagle Rock tour and country boy turned Aussie music legend Shannon Noll.
The two music icons will be joined by Isaiah Firebrace – one of the world’s most-streamed First Nations artists, Australia’s country music darling, Catherine Britt, our best-known and best-loved bush band, The Bushwackers and rising country music star, Brittany Maggs.
The concert will be capped off by the awe-inspiring pyro-musical, The Colours of the Outback, which has never been staged at a regional event before. It’s a spectacular 15-minute performance of pyrotechnics, flames and amazing visual imaging all synchronised to live music by the legendary Top End artist eMDee, who has vibed crowds at festivals like East Coast Blues & Roots with his unique didgeridoo and high-energy stage show.
Concert tickets have been kept incredibly affordable with tickets just $25 for under 18’s, $50 for seniors and concession card holders, $75 being the full price for adults. Group booking discounts means a family of six (four adults & two children) is just $190 and groups of four adults can attend for just $63.75 per ticket. Tickets are on sale through trybooking.com.
By Jason Dinsmore
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