Cool Country will perform again this year at the Hervey Bay Country Muster on Sunday.
Cool Country will perform again this year at the Hervey Bay Country Muster on Sunday. Lynette Anderson

Tap your toes at historial village's country music muster

WHAT does $10 get you?

A takeaway meal? A magazine? A couple of coffees?

It also gets you entry to the Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum.

But, this Sunday, $10 will get you not only entry into the village, but a whole day of live entertainment, as well as free tractor rides and games.

What's more, kids under 13 can come for free.

The Village's Country Music Muster is on again, and promises to be a great day out for all the family.

Local bands The Bobkatz, Forbidden Road and the Dolly Parton Tribute Show headline the day, with guest artists including Keaton McNeill, Fay and Rob Dossel, Sliding Doorz and the Cool Country Music Club.

The event will run from 9.30am-5.30pm.

Enjoy checking out the historical artefacts and learn something about the Bay's history at the same time.

There will also be interactive demonstrations during the afternoon - go back in time and try out blacksmithing, corn shelling, woodturning and ropemaking.

Bring a rug or a chair to sit on the lawn while enjoying the entertainment.

Gazebos will be set up to provide some shelter and shade.

There will also be food and drinks available for purchase on site.

Funds raised from the day go towards the village and museum, a non-profit organisation.

Hervey Bay Country Music Muster

  • When: Sunday, 9.30am-5.30pm
  • Where: Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum, Zephyr St, Scarness.
  • Cost: $10 adults, children under 13 free


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