THOUSANDS poured in to Scully Park on Sunday afternoon as Oz-rockers Cold Chisel led one of the most star-studded line-ups to ever play the festival.
The rock legends, supported by Paul Kelly, Kasey Chambers, Troy Cassar-Daley and Tamworth's-own Charlie Collins, put on a blistering set for the huge crowd.
One of the city's premier sporting fields became Tamworth's biggest dancefloor with locals and visitors having a boogie along to an all-time Aussie playlist.
After a wet weekend in the country music capital, the skies cleared and the force of nature voices of Chambers and Barnes filled the air.
The state's ongoing bushfire and drought calamities were acknowledged with the headliners raising funds for the Rural Fire Service Association and Food Bank during the event.
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