Ladies and gentleman, start your engines, NSW's renowned Deni Ute Muster is set to return to the Riverina in September with one of its biggest and best musical line-ups yet.
US country superstar Brad Paisley, Jessica Mauboy, John Williamson, The Angels, Busby Marou, Ian Moss and Troy Cassar-Daley, Shannon Noll, Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cunningham, and Sara Storer will be among the stars performing in Deniliquin (aka Deni).
As usual, all the favourite events will be there to get the heart racing: driving competitions, Show N Shine, the Tradie Challenge and the Mini Muster Mobeel
Also returning is the ute giveaway. Anyone who buys a 2022 muster adult ticket or has rolled their adult 2020 or 2021 ticket over to 2022 will receive one entry into the promotion for the chance to win a Toyota Rogue Hi-Lux ute.
The vehicle is dual-cab, auto, crystal pearl utility including front window tint, towbar, 18" alloy wheels, carpeted tub and roller cover.
It will also be decked out with bull bar, driving lights, double swag, UHF radio and antenna system with three interchangeable whips
The prize value is in excess of $81,400 and includes vehicle registration, compulsory third-party insurance for 12 months and stamp duty.
The winner will be drawn on October 1.
The muster is one of the top bucket list events in Australia and annually attracts close to 20,000 people of all ages to celebrate all things Australian and, of course, the iconic ute.
It has huge community support, with more than 1000 volunteers mobilising each year to help put on the event, which donates close to $100,000 back to community groups.
The muster will be fully cashless with wristbands and top-up stations on site. When the festival is over attendees will be able to retrieve their funds online.
Early Bird and Muster Adorer tickets are sold out but general admission tickets and reserved camping are available at deniutemuster.com.au.
- Deni Ute Muster, September 30-October 1, Conargo Road, Deniliquin NSW
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