Troy Cassar-Daley brings the crowd

Troy Cassar-Daley will be on stage at the Mountview Music Muster on Sunday.
Troy Cassar-Daley will be on stage at the Mountview Music Muster on Sunday. John McCutcheon

AUSTRALIAN country music legend Troy Cassar-Daley will be one of the many stars on stage for the second annual Mountview Music Muster this weekend.

Mountview Wines owner and Mountview Music Muster managing director David McGrath said it was going to be a great event.

"The long weekend is the perfect time to spend with mates and what better place to spend it than at a gorgeous winery?" he said.

"You can kick back with a cold beer, great wine and amazing live music.

"Headline acts for Saturday include McAlister Kemp, the best country rock duo in Australia who has spent most of this year hanging out in Nashville with their seven-piece band performing for crowds of 25,000 people.

"On Sunday we have Australian country music legend Troy Cassar-Daley, who has won every music award you can name and is a hell of a live performer and is looking forward to his first time playing to a live audience on the Granite Belt."

Mr McGrath said the partnership with RACQ Careflight Helicopter to auction a chance to sing on stage with Troy Cassar-Daley was a success.

"The guy who won the auction lives in Melbourne, but is on holiday in Scotland so flew back in time to be on stage to sing with Troy," he said.

"We also have people flying over from Perth for Troy's performance."

Food, soft drink, beer, spirits and wine will all be available from on-site vendors.

Visit for tickets and more information.


Ticket info

  • When: October 5-6
  • Where: Mountview Wines, Glen Aplin
  • Time: Saturday from 9.40am, Sunday from 9am
  • Tickets: One and two-day tickets are available at the gate.

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