The Boyup Brook Country Music Festival 2023
Get your hat, buckle and boots prepared, because pre-release tickets are now on sale for the iconic Boyup Brook Country Music Festival, which is making its long-awaited return on February 17 to 19, 2023, after a two-year hiatus due to covid cancellation. Early bird tickets are now available for arguably the best and one of the longest-running country music festivals in Australia, which brings to life the Music Park, perched on the Blackwood River, over one big toe-tapping weekend.
Artists already on the lineup are Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley as well as The Bushwackers, with more to be announced soon. Bring the family, kids, and a group of friends to enjoy this all-ages, relaxed country atmosphere on the banks of the Blackwood River, and get your early bird tickets and camping spot quickly before they sell out.
The festival will start at 5.00pm on Friday, 17 February, and run through to the afternoon on Sunday, which encompasses more than 25 hours of entertainment. As well as music on the main Music Park stage all weekend, there will be a Street Carnival on Saturday featuring local and emerging musicians and artists busking throughout the town site, children’s activities, and street theatre. The new Market area will be set up opposite the Music Park.
On Saturday, we’ll host the Ute and Truck Parade and Muster, followed by a leisurely Sunday morning with WA’s biggest Bush Poets Breakfast followed by live music throughout the day. A wide variety of food and drinks will be available at outlets within the town as well as at the Music Park.
Early bird 3-Day Pass and Day tickets are available now for adults from $40 to $165 and youth 6 to 12 years from $5 to $10. Kids under 6 are free.
Temporary community campgrounds are available for festival goers and can be purchased at the same time as festival tickets, extra accommodation sites are available at the caravan park operated by the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia.
Feb 17 2023 - Feb 19 2023
5:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Music ParkBlackwood River