Sheppard Join The Gympie Music Muster In Second Lineup Announcement
The Gympie Music Muster is excited to announce international superstars Sheppard will this year be headlining Australia's largest charitable music and camping festival. The group behind the international runaway hit and Australian #1 single Geronimo will bring their upbeat folk-pop party vibes to the main stage of the 34th Annual Gympie Music Muster, August 27 - 30.
The Gympie Music Muster will be one of a string of major international festivals Sheppard is performing at this year including Rock in Rio (Brazil), Lollapalooza (USA), Summer Sonic (Japan), Isle of Wight (UK), PinkPop (Holland), BBK Live (Spain) and Southside & Hurricane (Germany).
Sheppard will also join a host of artists which have just been added to the Muster's bill as part of the second line up announce!
Second lineup additions include:
Wagons * Adam Eckersley Band * The Bushwackers * Felicity Urquhart * Travis List * Chad Morgan * The Soorleys * Pixie Jenkins * Dean Perrett * Blue Eyes Cry * Shelley & Lawrie Minson * Round Mountain Girls * The Bobkatz * Hillbilly Goats * The Mad Mullum Mob * Mick Lindsay * Darren Jack
Original lineup includes:
* Adam Brand * Mary Chapin Carpenter * Troy Cassar-Daley *
* Amber Lawrence * Ian Moss * Catherine Britt * Luke O'Shea * Ross Wilson * Morgan Evans * Tift Merritt [USA] * Wagons * Mental As Anything * Jasmine Rae * Drew McAlister * Caitlyn Shadbolt * Travis Collins * Frankie J Holden & Wilbur Wilde * Troy Kemp * Mason Rack Band * Ashleigh Dallas * Chelsea Basham * Kaylens Rain * Kevin Bennett * Davidson Brothers * James Blundell * Keith Potger * Hillbilly Goats * Matt Cornell * Chase The Sun * Jody Direen [NZ] * Muster Poets * Deep Creek Road * Kevin Borich * Mustered Courage * Peter Denahy * Allan Caswell * Rusty & The Ayers Rockettes * Shaun Kirk * Victoria Avenue * Tim Wheatley * Muster Ukes * The Fabulous Green Machine * The Unforgiven * Kellys Heroes [UK] *
The Gympie Music Muster will be held from Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st August 2014 in the stunning Amamoor Creek State Forest, just 90 minutes' drive north of Brisbane.