2020 Gympie Music Muster cancelled due to coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another festival, with the Gympie Music Muster being the latest calendar event to admit defeat and cancel.
The Gympie Music Muster is an Australian music festival held in the Amamoor Creek State Forest near Gympie in Queensland.
The Muster started as a community fundraiser in 1982 and has now grown to a four-day festival attracting musicians from across Australia and internationally. The 2015 Gympie Muster attracted a crowd of over 23,000.
Celebrating its 35th year in 2016, the festival delivered Australian Music with 120 artists in over 300 performances across the multiple venues of the festival.
2016 headline acts included a who’s who of Australia’s biggest stars of Country Music including Kasey Chambers, John Williamson, Beccy Cole, The McClymonts, Troy Cassar-Daley and Adam Harvey. They were joined from Canada by Gord Bamford, Delta Blues artist Corey Harris and also from the US comedian Rodney Carrington plus a host of Aussie favorites including O’Shea, The Wolfe Brothers, Shane Nicholson and others.
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