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Biggest Ever Line-Up Of WA Artists For This Year’s Boyup Brook Country Music Festival

16 February 2023 | 9:36 am | Staff Writer

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Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley

Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley (Image: Supplied)

The heart of country music will once again beat in Western Australia, with the final line-up and program announced for the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, which kicks off on Friday 17 and runs until Sunday 19 February.

The township will come alive and host an unforgettable weekend of music and family entertainment, with more than 50 WA performing artists, headlined by three-time 2023 Golden Guitar winners Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley as well as The Bushwackers and the award-winning Codee-Lee.

Country Music Club of Boyup Brook President, Daly Winter said the return of the festival after two years of cancellations promised to be one for the ages.

“The wait is finally over, we're thrilled to be in our final stages of preparations and announce our full line-up and festival program, which includes an impressive collection of amazing music and entertainment for an experience to remember,” he said. “There’s something for everyone in our three-day festival program, which is jam-packed full of WA country fun, including 25 hours of tunes at the Music Park and an explosion of colour and energy at Saturday's Lotterywest Street Carnival with buskers and roving performers.”

“The expansive markets on Friday and Saturday offer unique homemade and grown goodies, as well as a new location this year, opposite the Music Park and a new market stage with live performances,” Winter continued. “Always a family favourite are the activities for kids, which this year includes stilt walking and rock climbing as well as roving entertainment by the Freedom Fairies and Top of the Stairs Puppets performances.”

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One of WA’s country music industry’s most esteemed events of the year The Gold Buckle Awards will open the festival on Friday night, with the WA Country Music Awards winners announced at a special ceremony. While on Sunday, the perfect opening of the final day’s program is WA’s biggest Bush Poets Breakfast, which is the pinnacle of the always entertaining Poet’s performances.

The festival will also host the ever-popular Ute and Truck Muster, which will showcase a convoy of utes, trucks and vintage cars.  

Other planned activities include the Boyup Brook Art Awards and Exhibition and range of workshops like bootscootin’, spoons playing and industry insights.

“If you haven’t already got your tickets, don’t miss out on joining us for a weekend of incredible performances, good food, and great company,” Winter said. “Set along the banks of the picturesque Blackwood River, the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival is one of Australia’s longest running country music festivals and will this year celebrate its 36th anniversary.”

For the full line-up, program details and tickets, visit