Jessica Mauboy, The Living End & More Heading To The Outback For Winton's Way Out West Fest

1 February 2018 | 12:24 pm | Staff Writer

"This event is about celebrating everything that's great about life in the outback."

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The outback Queensland town of Winton is set to be transformed in April as Winton's Way Out West Fest drops its huge musical line-up.

Heading out to the country will be the likes of Jessica Mauboy, John Williamson, The Living End, Busby Marou and a stack more.

Quite literally, the whole town will be turned into a festival site in celebration of the re-opening of the Waltzing Matilda Centre.

"Winton's Way Out West Fest is more than just a music festival," Winton Mayor Gavin Baskett said.

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"This event is about celebrating everything that's great about life in the outback. If you haven't yet sat in an outback pub for a beer with a local, Winton's Way Out West Fest is the best opportunity to tick it off your bucket list."

Tickets to Winton's Way Out West Fest are on sale now; for more information, head to theGuide.

Check out the full line-up below.

Winton’s Way Out Fest Line-up

Jessica Mauboy, John Williamson, Kip Moore, The Living End, Lee Brice, Sheppard, Busby Marou, Russell Morris, The Black Sorrows, Pierce Brothers, James Blundell, Brad Butcher, Blues Arcadia, Team Utopia, The Ayers Rockettes, Osaka Punch, Amanda Emblem, Seleen McAliser, Dean Perrett, Jeff Brown, Peter Pratt, Madeleine Chaplain, Allan Cameron, The Tony Q Band, Bruce McCumstie, Cameron Cusack, The Crackup Sisters, Tony Cook, Dee Jaye Bux, DJ Black Amex, Gary Fogarty, Sax & The Single Girl, The James Anderssen Band, Lindsay Warren, Ali S, Paddy McHugh