TAMWORTH Country Music Festival HQ has announced a stellar line-up set to perform at West Tamworth Leagues Club during the 2017 Festival.
Wests will feature none other than Kasey Chambers and Bernard Fanning together as part of their ‘Sooner or Later’ tour; Sara Storer - the 2017 ARIA Award winner and finalist for six Golden Guitar Awards will be supported by Fanny Lumsden in an Australia Day Celebration performance; Adam Harvey will be back with ‘Harvey’s Bar’ and Darren Carr returns to Wests with his hilarious ventriloquist show.
But there’s more, Shannon Noll is teaming up with The Wolfe Brothers to set Blaze’s Showroom on fire, with their ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ show and Festival Ambassadors Amber Lawrence and Adam Brand will both be bringing their family shows to Tamworth this year.
Beccy Cole, Brothers3, Simply Bushed, Bennet, Bowtell & Urquhart and Dami Im have also all booked their spots for the Festival.
Carolyn Stier, West Tamworth Leagues Club Entertainment Executive says Wests always delivers an outstanding line-up of country music artists for the Toyota Country Music Festival and this year will be no exception.
“Once again Wests stands as the gathering place for Australian country music greats and becomes a mecca for Tamworth locals and visitors alike during the festival with our range of venues, outstanding entertainment, food and drink options as well as our special membership offer for the duration of the festival,” she said.
Once again Wests stands as the gathering place for Australian country music greats
“Having venues like Wests host such a high calibre of performances is what makes the Tamworth Country Music Festival great and we are so pleased to be working with them to showcase this amazing line-up of talent,” Barry Harley, Tamworth Country Music Festival Manager said.
For a full Festival line up simply pick up a copy of the Official Festival Guide, or head to the festival website for more information.
The concerts at Wests follow on from a huge line up of paid and free shows across the city over the ten-day event.
With under two-weeks to go, organisers are gearing up for an influx of visitors to the city from all corners of the nation and around the world.