DENI UTE MUSTER The ultimate long weekend destination!

Celebrate the AFL Grand Final on the big screen with Cold Chisel, Birds of Tokyo, Lee Kernaghan and much, much more!

Just when you thought the Deni Ute Muster couldn’t get any bigger or better, organisers are thrilled that New South Wales residents won’t be the only ones getting to enjoy a long weekend thanks to the Victorian Government announcing that our southern friends will also be getting a day off on Friday, 2 October, making it the getaway destination for all your music, cars and AFL Grand Final needs!

Officially kicking off on Grand Final eve, this year’s world record Deni Ute Muster will be opening the camping grounds from noon Thursday so ticket holders will have an extra night on the Plains and wake up on site ready for the day’s entertainment.

Renowned for its diversity, organisers have outdone themselves this year with musical performances from Cold Chisel (their first show on their One Night Stand tour), Birds of Tokyo, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, The McClymonts, Sunny Cowgirls, Morgan Evans and many more main stage and Ice Break Day Stage artists raring to take the stage.

Earlier today Cold Chisel announced that their new album, The Perfect Crime, will be released on Friday, 2 October, making our Musterers the very first people in the country to hear the band perform songs from the new album live and we can’t wait!

If an early start and a whole long weekend isn’t possible, Saturday Only tickets will be on sale from 9.00am tomorrow (Friday, 28 August) and it includes Saturday camping, but you’ll want to be sure to be on site early enough to catch the entertainment on the Ice Break Day Stage and the AFL Grand Final on the big screens in the main arena and in the on-site bars. Footy fans are encouraged to bring along their team jersey and their camp chair and join us in the main arena from 1.30pm on Saturday (just after the World Record Blue Singlet Count) to see which team will win the 2015 AFL Premiership Cup.

It’s not all about the music and footy either, this year sees a stellar line up of on-site entertainment including Showtime FMX, Holden Grunt Off, our favourite funny chicks - The Crackup Sisters, wood chopping and whip cracking demonstrations, GME Australian National Circle Work Championships, New Holland Bullride Spectacular, GME Go to Wo,

Just when you thought the Deni Ute Muster couldn’t get any bigger or better, organisers are thrilled that New South Wales residents won’t be the only ones getting to enjoy a long weekend thanks to the Victorian Government announcing that our southern friends will also be getting a day off on Friday, 2 October, making it the getaway destination for all your music, cars and AFL Grand Final needs!

Officially kicking off on Grand Final eve, this year’s world record Deni Ute Muster will be opening the camping grounds from noon Thursday so ticket holders will have an extra night on the Plains and wake up on site ready for the day’s entertainment.

Renowned for its diversity, organisers have outdone themselves this year with musical performances from Cold Chisel (their first show on their One Night Stand tour), Birds of Tokyo, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, The McClymonts, Sunny Cowgirls, Morgan Evans and many more main stage and Ice Break Day Stage artists raring to take the stage.

Earlier today Cold Chisel announced that their new album, The Perfect Crime, will be released on Friday, 2 October, making our Musterers the very first people in the country to hear the band perform songs from the new album live and we can’t wait!

If an early start and a whole long weekend isn’t possible, Saturday Only tickets will be on sale from 9.00am tomorrow (Friday, 28 August) and it includes Saturday camping, but you’ll want to be sure to be on site early enough to catch the entertainment on the Ice Break Day Stage and the AFL Grand Final on the big screens in the main arena and in the on-site bars. Footy fans are encouraged to bring along their team jersey and their camp chair and join us in the main arena from 1.30pm on Saturday (just after the World Record Blue Singlet Count) to see which team will win the 2015 AFL Premiership Cup.

It’s not all about the music and footy either, this year sees a stellar line up of on-site entertainment including Showtime FMX, Holden Grunt Off, our favourite funny chicks - The Crackup Sisters, wood chopping and whip cracking demonstrations, GME Australian National Circle Work Championships, New Holland Bullride Spectacular, GME Go to Wo,

Just when you thought the Deni Ute Muster couldn’t get any bigger or better, organisers are thrilled that New South Wales residents won’t be the only ones getting to enjoy a long weekend thanks to the Victorian Government announcing that our southern friends will also be getting a day off on Friday, 2 October, making it the getaway destination for all your music, cars and AFL Grand Final needs!

Officially kicking off on Grand Final eve, this year’s world record Deni Ute Muster will be opening the camping grounds from noon Thursday so ticket holders will have an extra night on the Plains and wake up on site ready for the day’s entertainment.

Renowned for its diversity, organisers have outdone themselves this year with musical performances from Cold Chisel (their first show on their One Night Stand tour), Birds of Tokyo, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, The McClymonts, Sunny Cowgirls, Morgan Evans and many more main stage and Ice Break Day Stage artists raring to take the stage.

Earlier today Cold Chisel announced that their new album, The Perfect Crime, will be released on Friday, 2 October, making our Musterers the very first people in the country to hear the band perform songs from the new album live and we can’t wait!

If an early start and a whole long weekend isn’t possible, Saturday Only tickets will be on sale from 9.00am tomorrow (Friday, 28 August) and it includes Saturday camping, but you’ll want to be sure to be on site early enough to catch the entertainment on the Ice Break Day Stage and the AFL Grand Final on the big screens in the main arena and in the on-site bars. Footy fans are encouraged to bring along their team jersey and their camp chair and join us in the main arena from 1.30pm on Saturday (just after the World Record Blue Singlet Count) to see which team will win the 2015 AFL Premiership Cup.

It’s not all about the music and footy either, this year sees a stellar line up of on-site entertainment including Showtime FMX, Holden Grunt Off, our favourite funny chicks - The Crackup Sisters, wood chopping and whip cracking demonstrations, GME Australian National Circle Work Championships, New Holland Bullride Spectacular, GME Go to Wo,

Just when you thought the Deni Ute Muster couldn’t get any bigger or better, organisers are thrilled that New South Wales residents won’t be the only ones getting to enjoy a long weekend thanks to the Victorian Government announcing that our southern friends will also be getting a day off on Friday, 2 October, making it the getaway destination for all your music, cars and AFL Grand Final needs!

Officially kicking off on Grand Final eve, this year’s world record Deni Ute Muster will be opening the camping grounds from noon Thursday so ticket holders will have an extra night on the Plains and wake up on site ready for the day’s entertainment.

Renowned for its diversity, organisers have outdone themselves this year with musical performances from Cold Chisel (their first show on their One Night Stand tour), Birds of Tokyo, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, The McClymonts, Sunny Cowgirls, Morgan Evans and many more main stage and Ice Break Day Stage artists raring to take the stage.

Earlier today Cold Chisel announced that their new album, The Perfect Crime, will be released on Friday, 2 October, making our Musterers the very first people in the country to hear the band perform songs from the new album live and we can’t wait!

If an early start and a whole long weekend isn’t possible, Saturday Only tickets will be on sale from 9.00am tomorrow (Friday, 28 August) and it includes Saturday camping, but you’ll want to be sure to be on site early enough to catch the entertainment on the Ice Break Day Stage and the AFL Grand Final on the big screens in the main arena and in the on-site bars. Footy fans are encouraged to bring along their team jersey and their camp chair and join us in the main arena from 1.30pm on Saturday (just after the World Record Blue Singlet Count) to see which team will win the 2015 AFL Premiership Cup.

It’s not all about the music and footy either, this year sees a stellar line up of on-site entertainment including Showtime FMX, Holden Grunt Off, our favourite funny chicks - The Crackup Sisters, wood chopping and whip cracking demonstrations, GME Australian National Circle Work Championships, New Holland Bullride Spectacular, GME Go to Wo,helicopter rides, Holden Barrel Race and the Coates Hire Show N Shine.

If that’s not enough, two new attractions this year include the Yamaha Supertank – a giant fishing tank where you’ll be able to catch your own dinner, and IWA Pro Wrestling - a family-fun, action packed live show of body slamming, bone crunching non-stop sports entertainment.

The little ones will also be taken care of in Carnival Corner and the SunRice Family Centre.

Friday also sees the inaugural Milwaukee Tradie Challenge, proudly sponsored by Milwaukee Tools Australia, where tradies go head to head in the ultimate show of skill, design, innovation and good-old-fashioned Aussie ingenuity by building their own outdoor dunny, live in the main arena.

Kate Pitt, Deni Ute Muster General Manager has said "Our 2015 Muster is actioned packed! We have more around the ground entertainment than ever before, and we’re thrilled that our campers can now spend an extra night on the Plains. 2015 will truly be a Muster not to miss!"

The Deni Ute Muster is on almost every local and international bucket list and with no rise in ticket prices, more music and more fun than you can cram into your average long weekend, our Australian Made event will be one to remember for a lifetime so don’t miss out – get your tickets today!

The Deni Ute Muster is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

If that’s not enough, two new attractions this year include the Yamaha Supertank – a giant fishing tank where you’ll be able to catch your own dinner, and IWA Pro Wrestling - a family-fun, action packed live show of body slamming, bone crunching non-stop sports entertainment.

The little ones will also be taken care of in Carnival Corner and the SunRice Family Centre.

Friday also sees the inaugural Milwaukee Tradie Challenge, proudly sponsored by Milwaukee Tools Australia, where tradies go head to head in the ultimate show of skill, design, innovation and good-old-fashioned Aussie ingenuity by building their own outdoor dunny, live in the main arena.

Kate Pitt, Deni Ute Muster General Manager has said "Our 2015 Muster is actioned packed! We have more around the ground entertainment than ever before, and we’re thrilled that our campers can now spend an extra night on the Plains. 2015 will truly be a Muster not to miss!"

The Deni Ute Muster is on almost every local and international bucket list and with no rise in ticket prices, more music and more fun than you can cram into your average long weekend, our Australian Made event will be one to remember for a lifetime so don’t miss out – get your tickets today!

The Deni Ute Muster is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

If that’s not enough, two new attractions this year include the Yamaha Supertank – a giant fishing tank where you’ll be able to catch your own dinner, and IWA Pro Wrestling - a family-fun, action packed live show of body slamming, bone crunching non-stop sports entertainment.

The little ones will also be taken care of in Carnival Corner and the SunRice Family Centre.

Friday also sees the inaugural Milwaukee Tradie Challenge, proudly sponsored by Milwaukee Tools Australia, where tradies go head to head in the ultimate show of skill, design, innovation and good-old-fashioned Aussie ingenuity by building their own outdoor dunny, live in the main arena.

Kate Pitt, Deni Ute Muster General Manager has said "Our 2015 Muster is actioned packed! We have more around the ground entertainment than ever before, and we’re thrilled that our campers can now spend an extra night on the Plains. 2015 will truly be a Muster not to miss!"

The Deni Ute Muster is on almost every local and international bucket list and with no rise in ticket prices, more music and more fun than you can cram into your average long weekend, our Australian Made event will be one to remember for a lifetime so don’t miss out – get your tickets today!

The Deni Ute Muster is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

Deni Ute Muster

Conargo Road, Deniliquin, NSW

Friday, 2 October and Saturday, 3 October, 2015

Cold Chisel, Birds of Tokyo

Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand

The McClymonts, Morgan Evans, Sunny Cowgirls

The Wolfe Brothers, Adam Eckersley Band, The Pigs

and

Mickey Pye, Courtney Conway and Band, The Distance, Christie Lamb,

Paul Cowderoy, Seleen McAlister, Baylou, Ben Ransom Band,

Deni Uke Muster, Deni Showcase, Bush Poets

and

AFL Grand Final LIVE on the big screen, Milwaukee Tradie Challenge, Showtime FMX, Yamaha Supertank, Holden Grunt Off, The CrackUp Sisters, IWA Wrestling, Wood chopping Demonstrations, Whip cracking, Carnival Corner, SunRice Family Centre, Helicopter Rides, GME Australian National Circle Work Championships, New Holland Bullride Spectacular, GME Go to Wo, Holden Barrel Race and Coates Hire Show N Shine

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