A total of 23 new acts have joined the itinerary for next year’s mammoth Muster.
The lineup for next year’s Gympie Music Muster has grown by a whopping 23 acts, with a new lineup announcement topped by Chris Cain, Dave Hole, Richard Clapton and the Pierce Brothers.
Joining Cain on the trip over from the US will be Californian soul artist Allensworth. Other local highlights include 19-Twenty, Sweet Talk, Hussy Hicks and Jeff Lang. They join a lineup that also features legends like Amber Lawrence, Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley, Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys, Little Quirks, Lane Pittman, Shannon Noll, and Tex Perkins – as revealed last month in the third lineup announcement.
The first acts for next year’s Muster were announced back in September of 2023, when we found out that James Johnston, Brad Cox and Lee Kernaghan were all set to soundtrack Queensland’s biggest country music event. The second announcement arrived less than a week later, adding Beccy Cole and the Davisson Brothers Band to the fray.
The 2024 Gympie Music Muster will run over four days, from Thursday August 22 to Sunday 25, at the Amamoor State Forest (approximately 40 kilometres south-west of Gympie). Tickets are on sale now – head here to find them, and read all about what to expect from the festival (and what to know about getting there, camping and making the most of your experience).
The Bad Dad Orchestra
The Charles Camilleri Connection
Jen Mize & The Rough ’N’ Tumble
Karl S Williams
Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley
Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys
Kirsty Lee Akers
Tex Rerkins – The Man In Black
The Travelling Country Band featuring Pete Denahy
Davisson Brothers Band
Thursday August 22 – Sunday August 25
Amamoor State Forest, QLD
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