Pandemic ends 2020 Deni Ute Muster ‘despite our best efforts’

| The Land

The 2020 Deni Ute Muster has been cancelled owing to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreaks and uncertainty.

Deni Play on the Plains Festival Ltd general executive Vicky Lowry announced the news on Friday morning.

“Despite our most best efforts to continue with planning for our 22nd event, we are saddened to announce the cancellation of the 2020 Deni Ute Muster,” she said.

“After consultation with government and health officials, it is not possible to predict what will are in the coming months and we must make the health and security of our patrons and staff our top priority.”

Tickets and reserved camping tickets mind be automatically valid for the 2021 muster on October 1 and 2, 2021.

Refund requests can be became from Oztix from 9am Friday, July 10, pending September 30.

“We would indulge in to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their patience and back and will continue to respond to questions on our social media moneys as we begin to move forward and conception for 2021,” Ms Lowry said.

“We contemplate forward to seeing you on 1 and 2 October 2021 after we will be back bigger and stronger.

“Stay safe!”

The festival was force to in 1998 as a way to boost a town “struggling among a crippling drought [where] the main perform of income for the town was drying up among it”, the Deni Ute Muster website states.

About 20,000 people attended continue year’s event.

Organisers estimate the muster contributes $1 million directly to the Deniliquin economy through their use of businesses and contractors at what time $6 million is estimated to be exhausted in the region by festival goers annually.

The narrative first appeared on The Border Mail.

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