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Garden City Country Music Rush

The Neils Parts Australia Country Music Rush organized by Garden City Country Music Association Inc. (Toowoomba) will be held on 19 & 20 March 2016 at the fully air conditioned Oakey Cultural Centre.

Competitors from south east Queensland will compete against each other in nineteen different sections over the two days competition (sections such as bush ballad, vocal, country rock, gospel, instrumental, group and duo).

Entries close 4 March and it is hoped that the target of 200+ acts for the weekend will be reached.

The programme commences at 8.30 a.m. Saturday morning. Sunday morning commences again at 8.30 a.m. and will conclude with a performance by 2015 winner Amanda Faulkner, before the presentation to the winners for the weekend.

Admission: Adults $10 per day Children (under 18) - $4 per day Under 5 years - free Pensioners $8 per day Weekend pass: $45 (2 adults & school age children) Canteen available both days. Entry forms or further information can be obtained by phoning Dell 4635 6429 (a/h) or 0417 728 182 or by visiting www.gardencitycountrymusic.com

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