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Internationals Join Local Talent In Latest Gympie Music Muster Reveal

8 March 2023 | 9:52 am | Staff Writer

Midland, Sara Storer, Hoodoo Gurus and more among Gympie Music Muster's second artist reveal.

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The much-anticipated second artist release for the 2023 Gympie Music Muster - August 24-27 – features the eagerly-awaited return of Midland to Australia, among a mix of rising and established homegrown favourites Hoodoo Gurus, Sara Storer, Ashleigh Dallas, The Viper Creek Band, Chad Morgan, Emily Wurramara, Zac & George, Melody Moko, Caitlyn Shadbolt, and Ella & Sienna.

The international flavour of Midland is in addition to Canadian favourites Dan Davidson and Gord Bamford announced in our first artist line-up.

“We are so excited to finally be bringing our Last Resort: Greetings From Tour to Australia, which includes a stop at the Gympie Music Muster!” Midland said. “We have heard a lot about the Muster crowd and cannot wait to party with y’all in the middle of a forest – we will see you soon!”

They join headliners Adam Brand, Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley, Busby Marou, Casey Barnes, Kasey Chambers, Troy Cassar-Daley and Melinda Schneider.

Also on the bill is Andy Golledge, Angus Gill, Ash Grunwald, Bill Chambers, Bondi Cigars, Brooke Schubert, Catherine Britt, Don Walker, Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham, Gina Jeffreys, Hat Fitz & Cara, Hayley Jensen, Hussy Hicks, James Blundell, Jayne Denham, Jeff Lang, Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes, The Pleasures, Southbound xo, Sunny Cowgirls, Taylor Moss, Travis Collins, Vixens of Fall, The Weeping Willows and 17Twenty.

Program director Oz Bayldon said the focus was mixing established and emerging artists to entertain all festival patrons.

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“We have worked very hard this year to have emerging artists to play alongside the country’s elite performers to deliver a program that will entertain all the festival goers in the most unique festival setting in Australia,” he said. “We’re very proud to be delivering our roots with a lot of local performers also on the bill. We have tried to mix it up a little from previous years but keep the essence of what the Muster is about.”

Among the new artists announced is five-time Golden Guitar winner Ashleigh Dallas, who won the 2023 ‘Traditional Country Album of the Year’ award in Tamworth in January.
 “There is something really special about the Gympie Muster; you feel like you’re a world away, absorbing all the music and being surrounded by like-minded people,” she said. “To be a part of the 2023 line-up is very exciting and I plan on bringing all my energy, songs and stories, and lifting with the spirit of the Muster.”

The Muster is not solely about country music, with Aussie rock legends and ARIA Hall of Famers Hoodoo Gurus looking forward to bringing their A-game to the forest festival.
“We're really looking forward to playing at the legendary Gympie Muster,” Hoodoo Gurus mainstay Dave Faulkner said. “You can always count on the Hoodoo Gurus to bring the rock 'n' roll good times, so we reckon we can safely say that this year's Muster is gonna be iconic.” 
Tickets are selling fast, and payment plans are available to pay tickets off on a weekly basis until the end of June 2023. For more information and tickets via

Gympie Music Muster – August 24-27, 2023
  Amamoor Creek State Forest