Deni Ute Muster

Deni Ute Muster

Across two massive days, Friday 4th and Saturday 5th October, music lovers, families and Ute fanatics alike will descend on Deniliquin for one of Australia's most popular 'bucket list' events, the Deni Ute Muster. After an all-Australian line up in 2023, this year, each massive day will be headlined by global US sensations Tyler Hubbard and Kip Moore respectively, along with superstar Amy Shark.


Rounding out the main stage roster, musterers can expect showstopping sets from Australia's cream of the crop in country and pop music. Country music legend John Williamson joined by Brad Cox, Fanny Lumsden, Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley, Amber Lawrence, Sunny Cowgirls, Darlinghurst and Play On The Plains Battle Of The Bands winners Elestial.  Tickets for the huge 2-day event are on sale now and available here. Festival goers looking to secure reserved camping, for the ultimate Muster experience, are urged to get in quick here, as spots are selling fast.


One of Australia's premier pop successes, 8 x ARIA award winning Amy Shark will delight Muster fans this year. After bursting on to the global music scene in 2016, Amy Shark's 7x Platinum single 'Adore' put her on the map as one of Australia's most formidable songwriters. This was followed by APRA award winning (Song Of The Year) 7x Platinum and number one Australian airplay chart hit, 'I Said Hi' and the 2019 4x Platinum single 'Mess Her Up'. Shark's debut/breakthrough #1 ARIA album and Platinum-certified LOVE MONSTER was recognised in 2018 with four ARIA awards (Album of the Year, Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Producer [Dann Hume]) and went on to become the highest selling album by an Australian artist for 2018. Amy's latest album, Gold-certified CRY FOREVER was her second #1 ARIA debut. 2023 also saw Amy make her debut as a judge on Australia Idol, which she picked up her first Logie for in July of 2023 - winning the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent. Today, Amy has amassed close to 1 billion combined global streams.

US sensation, Tyler Hubbard, will close out the Muster's first evening. With 21 No. 1 singles on country radio, countless awards, and sold-out tours, the remarkable songwriter (and one half of Florida Georgia Line) is bringing his extraordinary solo show with #1 songs '5 Foot 9' and 'Dancin' In The Country', as well as 'Back Then Right Now', 'Wish You Would' and many more, down under for one unforgettable party.

Capping off the second of two enormous days in Deni is US megastar Kip Moore. The genre-blending songsmith with a warm, honey-infused growl has sold millions of records and garnered over 2.9 billion streams. Charismatic heartland rock and new-wave production collide with a comforting country sway on his latest hit album, Damn Love.


Country music fans young and old will be no stranger to the name, John Williamson. With a career spanning 54 incredible years, he's a member of the ARIA Hall of Fame, Australian Roll of Renown, and Order of Australia, has won 4 ARIAS, 28 Golden Guitar Awards and sold over a whopping 5 million albums. As Williamson slows down his touring regime in 2024, Deni Ute Muster is one of few places to see the legend live.


Australian singer-songwriter, Amber Lawrence is one of Australia's most celebrated and hardest working country artists. With 7 prolific studio albums and 3 children's albums the 2 x ARIA Nominee and 6 x CMAA Golden Guitar Award winner has enjoyed an illustrious 20+ year career.


With a string of chart-topping albums and hit singles, Brad Cox has taken Australian Country music by storm. From captivating audiences with his down-to-earth persona in sold-out theatres, to scoring the #1 spot on the ARIA Country Charts and taking home Golden Guitar awards for 'Top Selling Country Album of the Year' and 'Contemporary Country Album of the Year'.

Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley have swiftly emerged as crowd favourites in recent years. Their latest album, Up, Down & Sideways garnered 5 x Golden Guitar nominations at the 2024 Tamworth Country Music Festival and 2023 ARIA Best Country Album.


Hailing from Melbourne VIC, Darlinghurst will launch main stage festivities on Saturday 5th October. The four piece turned duo (comprising original members, Cassie Leopold and Pagan Newman) topped the ARIA Australian Country Albums Chart in 2022 with their eponymously titled debut and secured the Golden Guitar Award for New Talent of the Year.


Kickstarting the party on Friday 4th October is Elestial, winners of Play On The Plains Battle Of The Bands. Newcastle's sonic storytellers. With a blend of ethereal melodies and raw indie energy, Elestial paints emotive landscapes through their music. The band's introspective lyrics, woven into captivating arrangements, invite listeners to explore the depths of human experience. Emerging from Newcastle's vibrant music scene, Elestial's sound is a fusion of dreamy introspection and anthemic uplift. Fronted by Elyssa's vocals, the band is comprised of Jye on bass, Rohan playing lead guitar and Toby on kit. From intimate venues to larger stages, their performances create an immersive journey, connecting hearts with each chord. Elestial's music resonates with those seeking both catharsis and connection, making them a distinctive and resonant presence in the indie music scene.


From country halls in Australia's far-flung reaches, to the revered Glastonbury Festival in the UK, Fanny Lumsden has won the hearts of audiences the world over. The 2 x ARIA and 8 x Golden Guitar winner redefines country music with her earnest and unique songbook.


Homegrown country duo Sunny Cowgirls are no strangers to Deni Ute Muster. Boasting eight acclaimed albums, the beloved sisters and now mothers, Soph and Less Clabburn have been delighting Australian audiences ever since their tearaway debut album Little Bit Rusty landed in 2005.


As the festival gears up for one of its biggest years yet, Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry says, "Announcement is always an exciting time for the team at the Deni Ute Muster, it is hard to believe that we are at that time once again. We have an awesome lineup, a mix of International and Australian artists to entertain our crowd of all ages. With just over 6 months until the 2024 Deni Ute Muster, the gates will open 1 day earlier at 8.00a.m. on Thursday 3rd October to allow early camp access to all ticket holders. Still to come in a future announcement will be Day Stage line up and the schedule for the around the ground entertainment with some new activations never before seen at the Muster and all the popular ones returning. We look forward to welcoming you through the famous Deni Ute Muster gates to celebrate 2 days of great music, entertainment, Ute events, family fun, camping and friendships.


Deniliquin was a vibrant town on the edge of the outback, struggling with a crippling drought, when a group of community minded locals devised a plan to attract much needed visitors. 


The first, Deni Play on the Plains Festival, as it was known at the time, took place in October 1999, on the flattest, natural, open plains on earth, and with "ute culture" being an intrinsic part of Deniliquin, it was unanimous that it would play a major part of the festival and hence the Deni Ute Muster burst into the national psyche.


In its first year, the Deni Ute Muster had approximately 5,000 patrons and set a new Guinness World Record for the most number of legally paraded utes at 2,839 – a record which still stands today. Since 1999, the Deni Ute Muster has become the region's biggest tourist drawcard and a celebration of all things Australian.


Grab your mates and shine up the ute, because you don't want to miss the next in a lineage of exceptional entertainment, on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th October 2024. Deni Ute Muster Tickets on sale now and available at



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