2023 Deni Ute Muster Announces All-Australian Line-Up!

31 March 2023 | 9:14 am | Staff Writer

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The Deni Ute Muster has announced an all-Australian line-up featuring some of the country’s biggest names in country and pop music for its 2023 September event.

Scheduled to take place between Friday, 29 September and Saturday, 30 September 2023, the Deni Ute Muster is one of the most popular ‘bucket list’ events in Australia and attracts close to 20,000 people of all ages to celebrate music, mateship and, of course, the iconic ‘ute’.

The Aussie legends gracing the main stages this year are: Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole, Andrew Swift, Casey Barnes, Catherine Britt, James Johnston, Jayne Denham, Jessica Mauboy, John Williamson, Lee Kernaghan, The Whitlams Black Stump Band, Travis Collins and Zara Lindeman. Missy Higgins will also make her first Muster appearance.

Before the Main Stage starts up each day, the Sunrice Day Stage will keep the adults and kids entertained with a mix of performers and shows with a little something for everyone.

Sharing the Sunrice Day Stage over the weekend will be a mix of country music’s brightest newcomers and local heroes including Amber Lawrence’s Kids Gone Country Show, Anagram Riot, 2022 Gympie Music Muster Talent Search winner Brittany Elise, Brittany Maggs, Carp Factory, Duncan Toombs, Gretta Ziller, Jade Gibson, Jamie Preston, 2023 Toyota Starmaker winner Loren Ryan, Pete Denahy, Rhys Crimmin and The Bush Poets.

Adding to the excitement this year, the Deni Ute Muster falls on the AFL Grand Final weekend with a public holiday in Victoria on Friday, 29 September. Once again, footy fans will be able to bring their chairs into the Main Arena where the Grand Final will be playing on the big screens with Deni Ute Muster’s own half time entertainment.

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Also returning this year is the CAT Tradie Challenge which will see four teams battling it out to build sandpits with shade covers. The winning team will be crowned ‘2023 Muster Tradies of the Year’ and will walk away with a trophy and $2,000 cash. The team who comes in 2nd scores $1,000 with 3rd and 4th placed teams both receiving $500. The completed sandpits will be auctioned on site with all money raised donated to charity.

Entries are currently open for our Driving Competitions, Show ‘n Shine and the Tradie Challenge with details available from here.

Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry, added, “It has been 25 years since our first Deni Ute Muster was created in 1999, the success and growth of this iconic event would not be possible without the support of all attendees over this time.

“Going back to our roots, we are proud to announce an all Australian line up with many of the Muster’s favourites returning including Lee Kernaghan who was with us for our first Deni Ute Muster. We welcome to our main stage for the very first time Missy Higgins, James Johnston, Casey Barnes, The Whitlams and Deniliquin’s very own Zara Lindeman.

“From the previous Deni Ute Muster to the next, the team are continually working on putting together a program of music and activations for all ages that will create great memories. We look forward to welcoming you through our famous Deni Ute Muster gates to experience a weekend of fun, friendships and a festival like no other in Australia”.

More information and ticket sales via deniutemuster.com.au.

Deni Ute Muster
 Conargo Road, Deniliquin
 Friday, 29 September and Saturday, 30 September 2023


 Amber Lawrence’s “Kids Gone Country Show” | Anagram Riot
 2022 Gympie Music Muster Talent Search winner Brittany Elise
 Brittany Maggs | Carp Factory | Duncan Toombs | Gretta Ziller
 Jade Gibson | Jamie Preston | 2023 Toyota Starmaker winner Loren Ryan 
 Pete Denahy | Rhys Crimmin | The Bush Poets