It's day two of the festival and the familiar ringing in our ears is back after the opening concert. Here's our top picks for Saturday and Sunday to get you warmed up for the weekend ahead.
DISCOVER NEW TALENT
Toyota FanZone and the Family Zone stages are serving up hot talent all day.
So, get onto Peel Street and Kable Avenue with artists like Aaron Jurd, Benny Allen and Jorja Belle performing live and free.
Pick a spot, spend an hour or two and catch half a dozen artists you might not have seen before.
Those with a craving for singer-songwriters should hit up Luke O'Shea.
He's just released his latest album There in the Ochre and will showcase new songs and crowd favourites at Tamworth Services Club from 3:30pm.
Ready to turn up on Saturday night?
Jayne Denham is set to blow the roof off the Family Hotel when she hits the stage at 7pm Saturday at Moonshiners Honky Tonk Bar after a huge year in the US.
COUNTRY UNDER THE VINES
It would be fair to say Jetty Road are veterans when it comes to the Tamworth Country Music Festival circuit.
It has been 15 years since the Victorian outfit made their debut as bright-eyed buskers on Peel Street.
This year, Jetty Road will co-headline the annual Ronald McDonald House charity concert, Country Under the Vines on Sunday at The Longyard at 12pm.
CARL THE BARTENDER
Tamworth Country Music Festival's home of alternate country music appears to be The Tamworth Hotel.
Catch Carl the Bartender's Ben Murphy from Gunnedah.
Also a band member of bluegrass outfit Good Corn Liquor, Carl the Bartender is ready to entertain with a show at 1:30pm.