Busby Marou are one of the headliners at 2021 Deni Ute Muster.
A celebration of mateship, music and utes – making it one of the country's biggest bucket list items – Deni Ute Muster will return IRL in 2021 after staging their 2020 festival virtually.
And event organisers haven't cut corners either with the live entertainment, brinqing together some of the biggest names in Australian country and roots music led by Mr True Blue himself, John Williamson delivering all his hits from 20 studio albums when the Deni Ute Muster lands 1-2 October.
The band that Jimmy Barnes once declared "changed Australian music forever", The Angels will bring their back catalogue of hits spanning 40 years to Deniliquin.
While roots-rock legends, Busby Marou will also showcase their string of radio favourites that make them perennial live favourites in every corner of the country.
"It is exciting to see the live music industry making a comeback," Deni Ute Muster General Manager, Vicky Lowry says.
"The Deni Ute Muster are proud to be supporting Australian artists for 2021. We look forward to welcoming back everyone to our 23rd year after only being able to celebrate our 22nd year virtually.
"Moving forward, the Deni Ute Muster will be guided by advice, recommendations received by the government with health and safety our number one priority whilst planning.
"Thank you for your support over the last 12 months; we hope to see you in 2021."
Digging further into the 2021 line-up, other highlights include Troy Cassar-Daley, Shannon Noll, and The McClymonts, as well as McAlister Kemp, Sara Storer, Shane Nicholson, Felicity Urquhart, Hurricane Fall and Darlinghurst.
There'll also be a host of local, emerging talent that'll inhabit the Deni Ute Muster Day Stage including Zac and Eliza Spalding, Ruby Saltbush, Pete Denahy and Band, The Weeping Willows, Homegrown, Hayley Jensen, Zara Lindeman, Sammy White, Ruby Gilbert, Duncan Phillips Band, Matt Joe Gow, Danny Phegan and the Turk Tresize Band.
Also on the menu will be stack of non-music activities to keep everyone entertained: Peter Hodge Camel Rides, the Brophy Bros Circus, and Isuzu Ute Iron Summit as well as a rock climbing wall, whipcracking and wood chopping skills, the Bullride Spectacular, Carnival Corner, Tradie Challenge, and much, much more.
John Williamson The Angels Busby Marou Troy Cassar-Daley Shannon Noll The McClymonts McAlister Kemp Sara Storer Shane Nicholson Felicity Urquhart Hurricane Fall Darlinghurst Deni Bush Poets Deni Youth Band/Deni Uke Muster Zac and Eliza Spalding Ruby Saltbush Pete Denahy and Band The Weeping Willows Homegrown Hayley Jensen Zara Lindeman Sammy White Ruby Gilbert Duncan Phillips Band Matt Joe Gow Danny Phegan The Turk Tresize Band