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Deniliquin Play on the Plains Festival and World Record Ute Muster

The Deniliquin Play on the Plains Festival and World Record Ute Muster has gained cult status among Aussies throughout the country as a festival like no other on earth. We jam pack two days of world class entertainment into the NSW Labour Day Long Weekend and attract 20,000 people and over 10,000 utes.

The cream of Australian music at the two massive evening concerts. The 2012 line up is still to be announced, but previous headline acts include Cold Chisel, Powderfinger, The Angels, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, Hoodoo Gurus, Jimmy Barnes, Kasey Chamber, Troy Cassar-Daly, and Adam Harvey.

Enjoy other spectacular events like the Australian National Circle Work Championship TM, the Bull Ride Spectacular, Holden Grunt Off, Show and Shine Arena, Sports Arena Action, Bundy Bar, Big Screens, NSW Whipcracking Championships, fireworks, quality trade sites, family centre free everyday and loads of displays and exhibitions.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to be part of the World Record status - buy yourself a World Record Blue Singlet and take part in the World Record Blue Singlet Count, and of course come along in your ute to be part of the legend of our World Record Ute Muster Count - more utes in one place than anywhere else in the world.

Camp out under the southern sky on the flattest plains on earth, yak around your camp and make friends that you'll come back and see year after year. The Festival pass includes camping. Toilet and shower amenities are available.

Caravans, sedans, camper trailers are all welcome.

A festival that is truly quintessentially Australian!

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Dates
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Category
Festivals
Location

Conargo Road
280 George St
Deniliquin, Victoria 2710
Australia

Telephone(s)
03 5881 3388
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