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Big Country – Berry NSW

Big Country Festival is a one day music and culture festival filled with country-style entertainment suitable for all ages. Australian country-rock icons will soundtrack the evening, supported by a cast of upcoming stars and local talent, with bull riding, kid’s activities, market stalls and more rounding out the festivities. 

See http://big-country.com.au/ for more information

The 2019 lineup will feature country-rock royalty and 4 x ARIA Awards winner, Lee Kernaghan. Kernaghan has had 38 #1 hits on the Australian country charts, and to date, has sold over two million albums. With 38 Golden Guitars to his name, the boy from the bush has etched his name into Australian music history as one of the country’s most beloved acts. Lee Kernaghan will close out the inaugural Big Country festival with a 90 minute set filled with all his iconic hits
Other artists gracing the stage include The McClymonts, Travis Collins, Sunny Cowgirls, The Wolfe Brothers, Caitlyn Shadbolt, Chalkie White, Kevin Sullivan and Liam Maihi. 

On top of the musical talent, the Nowra Rodeo Club will be showcasing the skills of cowboys from around the country throughout the afternoon. Local market stalls, craft beer bars and quality food vendors will also be a feature of the festival.

See http://big-country.com.au/ for more information

Deni ute muster 2019

YOU’LL LIKE IT, YOU’LL LOVE IT, YOU’LL WANT EVEN MORE OF IT!
The line-up for the 21st Deni Ute Muster will include international superstar Tim McGraw, Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Beccy Cole, Ross Wilson, Travis Collins, Adam Harvey, Sunny Cowgirls, Ben Ransom, Aleyce Simmonds, Round Mountain Girls & Mustered Courage.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! 
https://tickets1.deniutemuster.com.au/Default.aspx?Event=94336

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