Winton to welcome international country stars

Winton's Way Out West Fest announces lineup including Lee Brice and Kip Moore


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Talk about a lineup! Winton is set to welcome some huge American country music artists to their town next year.

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Winton's way Out West Fest is set to be a huge event!

Winton's way Out West Fest is set to be a huge event!

WINTON’S Way Out West Fest has released their first artist line up with two huge American country music artists among them.

The four-day festival will include performances from Jessica Mauboy, John Williamson, The Living End and American’s Kip Moore and Lee Brice.

Both Moore and Brice have performed at CMC Rocks held in Ipswich for the past three years but were missing from this year’s artist list.

Moore had told CMC Rocks festival goers at last year’s event that he would be back in Australia in 2018 and he has kept his promise.

The lineup also includes Sheppard, Busby Marou, Russell Morris, Black Sorrow’s and The Pierce Brothers. 

The event will take place from April 19 to 22 celebrating the re-opening of the iconic Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton with what will be the biggest inland music and culture festival ever held in Queensland.

The new Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton.

The new Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton.

The facility was destroyed by fire in 2015 and is now replaced by the newly rebuilt $22 million Waltzing Matilda Centre.

The event will feature a country race meet, live entertainment and markets. 

Tickets will go on sale next Friday. 

The story Winton to welcome international country stars first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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