The annual country festival the Deni Ute Muster is on again from Friday 4 to Saturday 5 October 2019 and is celebrating it’s 21st year.
The event brings vehicle enthusiasts, country music fans and outdoor fanatics to Deniliquin, 750km from Sydney.
The Deni Ute Muster is an iconic event played out on some of the largest, flattest plains on earth. It is recognised as one of Australia’s premier rural events that encapsulates the diversity, tradition and vibrancy of Australia. At the core of the festival is the Guinness World Record breaking Ute muster and Blue Singlet Count which see thousands of people from every capital city, town and corner of the land converge to be a part of this unique event.
A full program for all with over 24 hours of live music with a stellar performance line-up including Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Beccy Cole, Ross Wilson and Travis Collins, along with headline act, international superstar Tim McGraw.
Plus a Ute Show N Shine competition, a rodeo, trade and catering stalls, the NSW Whip Cracking Championships, woodchop demonstrations, helicopter rides, circus, camel rides, and so much more.