Troy Cassar-Daley will be one of the headlining acts at this years Mountview Music Muster.
Troy Cassar-Daley will be one of the headlining acts at this years Mountview Music Muster. Contributed

Top artists sign for Muster appearances

THIS year's Mountview Music Muster is gearing up to be the biggest Pure County Music Muster west of the Great Divide catering to all styles of country music, traditional country, country pop and country rock with some of Australia's best in all category's appearing.

Attracting headline acts the likes of multi-award winning country music artists Troy Cassar-Daley and McAlister Kemp really reinforces the Pure County Music enthusiasts attending this year's Mountview Music Muster.

If appearances by these stars are not enough to tempt you to book your tickets now, the line-up of other well-known and respected country music artists also heading to the Mountview Music Muster continues to grow.

The Darling Downs singer songwriter and finalist of the Toyota Star Maker Competition Victoria Edwards and her band have confirmed they will perform and entertain this year Mountview Music Muster revellers.

Paul Cowderoy, winner of the Tamworth Best Male Vocal award and nominated for four awards in the Australian Country Music People's Choice Awards, finalist of two Aria Awards, Luke Austin 2010 Toyota Star Maker winner, Adi Burgess finalist for QLD Best Female Artist at the Tamworth Gold Medallion Awards finalist in 2012 Music Oz Awards, and Brisbane-based country trio Dozzi, made up of sisters Andrea, Jesse and Nina are just some of the other talented county music artists taking to the stage.

Camping will be available from Friday, October 4. So whether you have a caravan, tent, swag or need to rent a tent - it's all on offer.

Cost for the two-day event including camping is $130.

Gates will be open from 10am to 11pm each day and food and beverage will be available for purchase at the grounds.

To find out more or to secure your tickets click on http://www.mountviewmusicmuster.com.au.


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