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Texas Country Music Festival Returns This September With An All-Star Line-Up

June 5, 2023 2:33 am in by

Texas, Queensland will come alive again in September when Texas Country Music Festival returns bigger and better than ever in 2023. 

Riding off the back of an extremely successful inaugural event in 2022, and after being awarded an Australia Day Award for ‘Event of the Year’ within their Region, this year’s event promises to unite country music fans locally and from around Australia once again, proving that resilience, strength, and community spirit are certainly alive in Texas, Queensland.

From September 21-23, the small community will be inundated with tourists and country music fans alike who are keen to park up their caravans, roll out their swags, pitch a tent or sleep in a ute at Texas Showgrounds and enjoy the atmosphere and entertainment the organisers have planned.

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The festival will showcase a spectacular array of award-winning artists and songwriters including traditional and modern headliners. Festival organisers are committed to providing an event that is exciting and entertaining to all demographics from children to youth, to young adults, adults and the young at heart.

Thursday and Friday’s program will be dedicated to walk-up talent, however from 5pm Friday, the main stage will come alive with the likes of talented singer-songwriters Ruby Jane, Andrew Ryan, Peter (Smokie) Dawson, Amy Ryan, Cush Ryder, and powerhouse acts including multi-Golden Guitar nominated Hayley Jensen and The Viper Creek Band.

Saturday’s main stage will commence with a songwriter’s session at 9.30am with celebrated songwriters Andrew Ryan, Peter (Smokie) Dawson, Amy Ryan and Ruby Jane followed by a stellar line-up of performances by Scotty Mack, Tommy B Sinclair, and Peter Chapman.

The main stage will then ramp into overdrive when country music superstars Jeremy Turner, Brooke Schubert, Toyota Starmaker 2022 winner Max Jackson and Will Day take to the stage, leading into the headlining act of multi–Golden Guitar winners Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley. The entertainment will continue into the night when Billy Gudgeon brings the party to the stage with his high energy show.

“We’re super pumped to be headlining this year’s Texas Country Music Festival, it’s a killer line up and from what we’ve heard it’s an epic vibe so we can’t wait to bring the whole band to Texas to rock out,” said Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley.

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“Being a proud Gundy boy, I always love to support events in the region. Ros and her team put on a great festival last year and I’m very excited to be invited back!” added Will Day.

More information and tickets available via oztix.com.au.

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