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FESTIVAL AMBASSADOR: Chelsea Basham will lead the 13th Urban Country Music Festival, to be held in Caboolture, from April 29 to May 1.
FESTIVAL AMBASSADOR: Chelsea Basham will lead the 13th Urban Country Music Festival, to be held in Caboolture, from April 29 to May 1. CONTRIBUTED

IF YOU are looking for a fun-filled weekend out for the whole family, the 2016 Urban Country Music Festival has it covered with a range of free events in the program.

The heart of the Caboolture Historical Village will host four stages packed with free entertainment across the weekend from Friday, April 29, to Sunday, May 1.

The streets of the Village will come alive with interactive workshops, activities for all ages, market stalls, buskers and roving characters for the children.

Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor Allan Sutherland said that with a host of great events for the whole family, the Urban Country Music Festival was one of south-east Queensland's premier community events with something to suit everyone.

"The 2016 Urban Country Music Festival is one of the best-value country music festivals in Australia," he said.

A host of free activities will coincide with the Friday night Bootscoot 'n' BBQ concert and the Saturday main concert.

Friday night Bootscoot 'n' BBQ concert tickets are $10 for children (5-17 years) and $25 for adults.

Saturday main concert tickets are $25 for children (5-17 years) and $60 for adults. Main concert VIP tickets are $115 which includes priority seating in QSEC for the main concert, food and drinks and select Urban Country merchandise.

Find out more about the program by signing up to the website newsletter and liking the Urban Country Facebook page for special offers, artist announcements and competitions.

Visit www.urbancountry.com.au.

Topics:  caboolture urban country music festival


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