Deni Ute Muster plans to go onward in 2020 amid uncertain restrictions through COVID-19 | The location News
THE DENI Ute Muster is planning for another year of farmland fun despite the looming risk of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing its cancellation.
Planned to go advance in October this year, event organisers explained the situation as the “biggest challenge in the Muster’s 22 years” in a social media post.
In the post, organisers also stated that public safety was to reach first.
“Monitoring the station, we will be guided by, and act on, advice given by the government plus the safety of patrons, artists, volunteers, contractors, vendors, competitors, staff and the community our number one priority,” it read.
Tickets are currently on sale despite the uncertainty, but organsiers assured patrons that refunds would be rendered if necessary, as well as the option to transfer the sign to next year’s event.
So far, an initial lineup of artists has existed announced.
Attendees can query to hear names like The Angels, John Williamson, Busby Marou, Troy Cassar-Daley, Shannon Noll, The McClymonts, McAlister Kemp, Sara Storer, Shane Nicholson, Felicity Urquhart, Hurricane Fall, Darlinghurst and more, should the event go ahead.
But there is too promise of an additional artist announcement if the event gets the all-clear.
“As COVID-19 evolves daily and we all hear many predictions, the Deni Ute Muster team will withhold you updated if there are any shifts in our planning for 2020,” the Facebook post read.
This article was published by www.areanews.com.au with title Deni Ute Muster holds out hope for green light.
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