AUSSIE music icons Cold Chisel will have the Deni Ute Muster rocking but the region’s up and coming stars will also get their time in the spotlight.
Organisers this week confirmed the day program for the October 2 and 3 festival.
“The day stage provides a fantastic platform for country artists to showcase their ability and really break into the market place,” Deni Ute Muster general manager Kate Pitt said.
Opening the festival will be Bush Poets before the Deni Showcase and the Deni Uke Muster show just how deep the Riverina pool of talent is.
Other day one performers include Ben Ransom Band, Seleen McAlister and Christie Lamb and The Distance while day two sees Baylou, Paul Cowderoy, Courtney Conway and Mickey Pye perfrom.
Friday night’s program includes The Pigs, The Wolfe Brothers, Birds of Tokyo, Morgan Evans, with Cold Chisel bringing down the house on night one.
Saturday night is a family affair with sister duo The Sunny Cowgirls getting the final party started, followed by the Adam Eckersley Band, The McClymonts, Adam Brand.
Lee Kernaghan will close with a good old fashioned sing-a-long.