Some of Australia's biggest artists are set to join Tim McGraw at this years Deni Ute Muster, taking place on the 4th and 5th October.
Australian country superstar Lee Kernaghan has been announced, along with crowd favourites Travis Collins, Beccy and John Williamson. These will be joined by Adam Harvey, Sunny Cowgirls, Ben Ransom, Aleyce Simmonds, Round Mountain Girls, Mustered Courage and founding member of Daddy Cool & Mondo Rock Ross Wilson. Artist for the Day Stage will be announced at a later date.
Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry, said today, “Our main stage line up to support Tim McGraw includes many artists who have returned to help celebrate our 21st celebrations. Patrons will not be disappointed in the amazing program that has been put together for our 21st year”.
Tickets and reserved camping for the 2019 Deni Ute Muster have been selling well with Edward River Flat, Wheat Fields, Rice Paddy and Peppin Paddock campsites SOLD OUT. Attendees are urged to be quick to ensure they don’t miss out on reserving their team’s base.
The Deni Ute Muster is one of the top ‘bucket list’ events in Australia and annually attracts close to 20,000 people of all ages to celebrate all things Australian and, of course, the iconic ‘ute’. The Deni Ute Muster has amazing 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.
Back in 1999, a group of community minded locals came together with the aim to start a rural themed festival to bring visitors to Deniliquin, a beautiful vibrant town on the edge of the outback, which was struggling with a crippling drought.
The first Deni Play on the Plains Festival, as it was known at the time, took place in October 1999, on the flattest, natural, open plains on earth, and with “ute culture” being an intrinsic part of Deniliquin, it was unanimous that it would play a major part of the festival and hence the Deni Ute Muster burst into the national psyche.