Festival Program

The program for the 33rd Festival of Australian Country Music is now available on the Program page or if you prefer you can access it in PDF form: Bungendore music muster program – 2018 We also have a flyer that you may like to share to help promote the Muster: 2018 BCMM flyer…

Preparations well underway

Preparations for the 33rd Bungendore Country Music Muster, being held at the Bungendore Showground on the 3rd and 4th of February 2018, are well underway. The Bungendore Showground opens at 12pm on Monday 29th for campers and caravans with a full week of walk ups for campers and invited artists leading up to the festival. The…

Finalists for 2018 Announced

Finalists for 2018 1.  Male Vocal: Graham Rodger – Our Love Will Always Live Brian Letton – The Boyup Brook Waltz Tom Maxwell – Behind the Boundary Gate 2. Female Vocal: Sharon Heaslip – A Thousand Different Pictures Trudy Hintz – Saddle Up and Ride Dianne Lindsay – Uncle Harry 3. New Talent: Jim Samphier…

33rd Annual Bungendore Country Music Muster

The 33rd Bungendore Country Music Muster will be held at the Showground on the 3rd and 4th of February 2018. Organising is well underway with a great line-up of artists and musicians. …

2018 Nominations Open

The Bungendore Country Music Muster is now taking nominations for 2018 Stan Coster Awards. Nominations close 1st October 2017.…

2017 Bush Ballad Awards

Male Vocal Jeff Brown – The Drover’s Boy Female Vocal Dianne Lindsay – Touch of Snow New Talent Emma Jene – The Beat of a Drum Group or Duo The Coad Sisters – She Still Waits Instrumental Lindsay Butler – The Namoi Flows in the Moomba Ranges Album Jeff Brown – Wanderin’ Man Song Writer Virginia…