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Second HUGE artist annoucement for TCMF2017

29 August 2016

Second HUGE artist announcement for TCMF 2017

Planning for the 2017 Toyota Country Music Festival, Tamworth is ramping up with an amazing line up of country-music stars including The McClymonts, Graeme Connors, Felicity Urquhart, Paul Costa and Camille & Stui going on sale from 1 September.

Hot on the heels of their highly successful ‘10 Years of Hits’ tour, Tamworth Country Music Festival HQ can announce that award-winning sister trio The McClymonts will return to Tamworth on Wednesday 25 January playing at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment and Conference Centre, with tickets going on sale this Thursday.

In addition to playing their best-loved hits, the girls will be premiering songs from their forthcoming new studio album for the first time live.

“We can’t wait to get back to the Toyota Tamworth Country Music Festival in Tamworth to play everyone our new songs as well as all the favourites,” Mollie McClymont said.

“Tamworth is like a second home for us and we’re ready to kick it up at the TRECC on Australia Day eve!”

Tamworth Regional Council Manager Events Barry Harley said ‘the announcements just keep coming’ with so many artists keen to return to Tamworth in January.

“2016 Roll of Renown inductee Graeme Connors will return to the Tamworth Town Hall stage on Friday 27 January with a brand new show ‘Modern Histories’, focusing on his much loved and renowned story songs.

“Also going on sale from 1 September will be Felicity Urquhart hosting ‘The Tamworth Opry’, Willie & Roy – The Legends, Paul Costa and Camille & Stuii.”

The South Tamworth Bowling Club has also released their schedule for the Festival, with Darren Carr, Anthony Taylor, Sandra Humphries, Alby Pool, Dan Murphy, Travis List and Stuie French & The Honky Tonk Machine on their busy line-up, all with free entry to their performances.

Ticketing information can be found by visiting

Tamworth Regional Council acknowledges the Gamilaroi/Kamilaroi people, who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We would like to pay respect to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in and visiting our region.