The Boyup Brook Country Music Festival is Western Australia’s premier Country Music Festival. Five big days of music, fun and laughter. The 2011 event will see Troy Cassar-Daley, Felicity Urquhart and Peter Denahy taking the stage amongst other artists.

This event is particularly important to Western Australia as it is the biggest and most successful country music festival.

The festival attracts all ages, providing a friendly atmosphere of entertainment and a great weekend away.

With public support the event has grown from a one day festival to a five day refreshingly authentic country music extravaganza. This brings the grass roots of country music to Boyup Brook, where followers can experience a blend of national artists and original artists from Western Australia in a friendly, country setting. Then, winding down on the Sunday with a traditional Bush Poets' Breakfast and great music.

Boyup Brook Ute & Truck Muster

The Boyup Ute & Truck Muster is a local event run and organised by local volunteers. 2011 will be the 8th Annual Ute & Truck Muster, which is run in conjunction with the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival. This year will be the 26th consecutive festival.

The party atmosphere starts during the week with concerts and events around the town with many local businesses getting involved. Friday night is the start of the main show with live music and dancing down at the Music Park.

Saturday morning the utes and trucks come to town! The streets of Boyup Brook are turned into an entertainment mall with buskers, bands, dancing, art, craft, market stalls, art awards and exhibitions, bush poets, children’s activities and entertainment.

The Muster entrants meet on Railway Parade at 9.00am to line up for the parade through town. They make their way through the streets to the cheers of the crowd and finish up at Music Park for more music, games and entertainment while the judges take a closer look at the vehicles. Presentations take place Saturday afternoon with prizes awarded in the different States. 2010 States were: Best Street Ute, Most Feral Ute, Best Chick Ute, Best B&S Ute, Bundy Lover’s Ute, Best Local Ute, Pre 1960, Pre 1985, Best Rural Ute and Best 4x4 Street and Best 4x4 Off Road- and for the trucks: Best Vintage Truck, Best Working Truck - Pre 1980, Best European, Best American and Best Customised and a People’s Choice Award.

Excellent prizes of both cash and merchandise make this muster a premier Western Australian event for both the classic and feral ute and truck devotees.

Come Saturday evening it will be time to kick up your heels and party country style!

One very affordable ticket can admit you to a world of music and family entertainment for an evening, a day or a whole weekend.