Australia’s Largest Music Festival Announces Record Line-Up
Australia’s largest music Festival, the Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth will feature one of the biggest line-up’s in the Festival’s history in 2014 with a full program of artists confirmed to perform at venues across the city over 10 huge days.
The Festival is anticipating record crowds in 2014 and fans can expect to be entertained day and night with over 800 performers and 4,000 shows across 120 different venues.
Two of the superstars of Australian country music, Adam Harvey and Troy Cassar-Daley will officially kick off the Festival, headlining the opening concert in Toyota Park on Friday 17 January.
Internationally renowned country music trio, The McClymonts, and Golden Guitar winners Sara Storer and Troy Cassar-Daley, will perform at Tamworth Country Theatre at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre. The program will be rounded out by country music’s ‘Night of Nights’, the Country Music Awards of Australia, on Saturday 25 January.
Tamworth Town Hall will feature big names including John Williamson, Kernaghan Country Concert, 2014 Roll of Renown Concert, Melinda Schneider, and Graeme Connors.
Wests Entertainment Group will see crowd favourites including Beccy Cole, The Wolfe Brothers, The Sunny Cowgirls, Adam Brand, Adam Harvey, McAlister Kemp, Travis Collins, Jasmine Rae and Morgan Evans perform across their venues during Festival.
The Pub Group has announced a jam packed line-up in 2014 which will see artists including Catherine Britt, Ted Egan, The Sunny Cowgirls, The Wolverines, Sara Storer, The Pigs and The Bushwackers perform at The Pub and The Longyard. A full program of free shows is also scheduled at The Longyard, The Goodies, The Southgate Inn and The Pub.
Toyota Park will feature a huge program of events allowing fans to enjoy high-quality, free entertainment throughout the Festival, including the Best of the Buskers concert, a special Slim Dusty tribute concert and a massive concert to celebrate Australia Day on Sunday 26 January.
Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth Manager Gavin Flanagan said the Festival is like no other.
“The Festival is truly unique – it is an un-gated Festival with events and activities ranging from small gigs by grass roots talent, open air concerts, pub bands, and capacity crowd concerts at Tamworth Country Theatre, Town Hall and Blazes Showroom at Wests by the biggest stars in country music.
“In 2014, the Festival will pay tribute to Australian icon and country music legend, Slim Dusty through a number of special activities.
“We’re expecting 2014 to be bigger and better than ever,” said Mr Flanagan
For more information, visit www.tcmf.com.au