Troy Cassar-Daley.
Troy Cassar-Daley. John Mccutcheon

Make a bid to perform with Troy

IN A Troy Cassar-Daley first, country music fans can bid for the chance to perform on stage with the Australian country music icon at a major music festival in Stanthorpe next month.

Mountview Music Muster events manager Amanda Lindenberg this week said the opportunity was born out of a brainstorming session with RACQ CareFlight Rescue's Suzie Washington.

"We decided it would be a great way to raise money for RACQ CareFlight and create some interest around the Mountview Music Muster," she said.

"The auction started on Friday and will run for four weeks. The bidding war is already on.

"There is no reserve price.

"The highest bidder gets two free passes to the Mountview Music Muster and the opportunity to get up on stage and sing It's Country with Troy."

Mrs Lindenberg said Troy was excited about the whole idea.

Money raised from the auction will be donated to RACQ CareFlight Rescue.

The auction was announced at an RACQ CareFlight breakfast in Toowoomba on Friday.

For more information on the muster and to bid on the Troy Cassar-Daley experience visit Mountview Music Muster and click on the link.

The Mountview Music Muster will be held at Mountview Wines Vineyard at Glen Aplin south of Stanthorpe on the weekend of October 5-6.

Performers

  •  Troy Cassar-Daley
  •  McAlister Kemp
  •  Victoria Edwards
  •  Adi Burgess
  •  The Rain
  •  Luke O'Shea
  •  Whiskey Rd
  •  Luke Austen
  •  Dozzi
  •  Kerry Kennedy & Double Barrel
  •  Paul Cowderoy
  •  Terry Clark
  •  Seleen McAlister
  •  Mick Bryers
  •  Leigha Moore


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