Piccolo Family Farm is proud to present the first Murrumbidgee Country Music Festival in Griffith, New South Wales.
Hosted in the beautiful grounds of the farm, enjoy country sounds from the talented lineup of local and interstate artists, as Kevin “Walshy” Walsh of the Good Morning Country radio show MC’s for the day. Extra festival activities include pony rides and line dancing.
The Big BBQ will cater for your tastebuds, with the Sausage Sizzle BBQ raising funds for Country Hope, Griffith. Vegetarian options will also be available.
Calabria Family Wines & Yenda Beer will cater to the responsible adults enjoying a drink or two. While soft drink, water & espresso coffee is all available to quench any thirst!
(Drink and food tokens will be available to purchase at the event.
FREE CAMPING FESTIVAL BUS
Free caping is available at the Lake Wyangan Campsite with a free festival bus available for pick up and drop off to all festival ticket holders, from this site.
Lloyd Clarke is a multi-national award winning songwriter. He has made a name for himself in Tamworth with audiences enjoying his warm voice and heartfelt lyrics.
Lloyd has recently release his first EP “I’ll sing you a song”, a collection inspired by his family and love of the Australian landscape and history.
Zac & George
Zac and George are a young, up and coming duo, best known for their blended harmonies and diverse range of music suiting a wide audience. Both singer/songwriters bounce off one another, captivating their listeners with their unique acoustic talent.
Winners of ‘The Battle of the Bands’ in Tamworth 2018, the talented duo also placed second in the coveted Tamworth “Busking Competition’.
Don Costa has kicked off 2018 in style, being immortalised into the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame, placing his hands in cement at the Hands of Fame Park in Tamworth.
Don is a popular country music touring artist, with multiple albums under his belt.
We look forward to Don visiting Griffith and performing alongside our local talent.
Harriet Kelly is making waves at the young age of 16. A Hillston local, Harriet was named Griffith's Young Musician of the Year in 2018. Growing up with the passion for country music and singing,
Harriet has loved being a part of Tamworth’s Country Music Festival for the past six years and this year had the opportunity of a lifetime singing alongside renowned artists such as Adam Harvey, Lynn Bowtell, Amber Lawrence and many others.
“Tamworth is a hectic time of the year, but it’s also the best time, and it is definitely a highlight for me,” Harriet said.