After its 2018 debut, Winton’s Way Out West festival is set to return in 2019 and has just revealed the first line-up announce for the event.
Going down 25-28 April next year, the outback town in regional Queensland of Winton will grow to nearly ten times its usual population again when Amy Shark, Brett Eldredge, Jon Pardi, San Cisco, Lime Cordiale and a whole lot more head out west.
“This year has been amazing and I’ve been lucky enough to visit and perform in some really special
places around the world,” said Shark. “In 2019 I’m really looking forward to
adding Winton to that list. I’ve heard nothing but great things about last year’s event and the town of
Winton, so I’m stoked to join the lineup!”
Winton Mayor Gavin Baskett shared in the excitement saying, “The Festival is a great reason to come visit western Queensland, enjoy Winton’s hospitality and enjoy the very best Australian and International artists. Our town comes alive with music everywhere. It is much more than a music festival. It is a celebration of small-town Australia and your chance to experience outback life and support outback communities.”
Just a short 15-hour drive from Brisbane you can check out the full line-up below and scroll down to theGuide for all the details!
Brett Eldredge (USA)
Jon Pardi (USA)
The Road Hammers (Canada)
Shane Nicholson, John Schumann & the Vagabond Crew, Christie Lamb, Salt Bush
Six, The Faceless Men, Chad Morgan, Minnie Marks, Kelly’s Heroes, Murphy’s Pigs, Brooke Schubert, Greg Austen, The Muirs, Dirty Deeds – The AC/DC Show