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Friday, November 27, 2015

Counting down to the Country Music Muster

Part of the crowd at the second muster
at Boyer Oval last February.
THE countdown is on until the third Derwent Valley Country Music Muster which will be held at Boyer Oval, New Norfolk, tomorrow (Saturday).

This will be the second muster for 2015, following the decision to switch the event from February to November. The feature acts will be Jetty Road, Ben Ransom, Seleen McAlister, Susan Lily and Becci Nethery, as well as Tasmanian artists Debbie Parry, Gina Timms and the Lone Strangers.

The gates will open at 10am and the program will start at 11am.
  • 11am Gina Timms
  • 11.45 Susan Lily
  • 12.30pm Lone Strangers
  • 1.30 Debbie Parry
  • 2pm Becci Nethery
  • 2.30 Ben Ransom
  • 3.40 Seleen McAlister
  • 4.50 Jetty Road
Tickets can be purchased at the gate for $35. Children under 16 will be admitted free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult. A bar will be available and food vendors will be on site. Activities for children will be provided. More information is available from

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