The lineup and entertainment for one of the iconic Australian festivals have been released and it's going to be big.
Celebrating its 21st birthday this year, the Deni Ute Muster is thrilled to be welcoming, Tim McGraw, Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Beccy Cole, Ross Wilson, Travis Collins, Adam Harvey, Sunny Cowgirls, Ben Ransom and Aleyce Simmonds to the main stages.
The Sunrice Day Stage kicks off both days' entertainment with crowd favourites the Bush Poets and includes three shows a day from the Wild Action wildlife show interspersed among the artists
Friday's full day stage music features Heidi Moncrieff, Great Aunt, Jody Direen, Georgia State Line followed by Mike Carr and closing with the Mason Boys.
Saturday's line up has the Chloe Styler Band, Aaron Jurd and the Banned, Whistle Dixie, the Pete Denahy Band followed by Blake O'Connor with Gareth Leech taking us through to sunset.
Attractions around the ground are set to deliver thrills, spills and plenty of excitement for all festival goers. including the Circlework, Barrel Races and Go to Wo competitions.
For the generally prettier utes there is the Show 'N Shine where the modified utes compete like bulls of old for best in show.
The Deni Ute Muster holds two world records, the most utes and the most blue singlets worn in the World Record Blue Singlet Count, and every year they try to break these records.
The perennial Wood Chopping and Whip Cracking return, recalling everyone's show day memories.
The Deni Ute Muster is backed by community support with more than 1,000 volunteers mobilising each year to help put on the event which donates close to $100,000 back to community groups.
Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry, said the Muster team have put together the biggest program yet with something for every age group and many new activations.
"With only 21 weeks until the sculptured Deni Ute Muster gates open for our 21st celebrations, we look forward to welcoming return and new patrons to Deniliquin to be part of our iconic bucket list event that continues to create social connections and advocates for our small regional town," she said.
All Early Bird and Muster Adorer tickets are SOLD OUT. General Admission tickets are available here.
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