Bombs away at Gympie Muster

A RUNAWAY hit sensation called Geronimo prevented Sheppard from performing at last year's Gympie Muster.

But its international success certainly won them a return invitation.

Formed somewhere between Papua New Guinea and Brisbane, the band is one of the big acts at the 34th Gympie Music Muster.

Organisers say the festival has just about finalised its performance schedule, which will include some of Australia's best country music, combined with plenty of variety.

And if you want to be discovered, Muster Talent Search applications are now open.

Festival director Jeff Chandler recommends Muster fans subscribe to its newsletter online.

That will keep fans up to date with performance dates of their favourite artists so they can plan their Muster experience.

Bus and festival tickets are available to bring guests from as far north as Bundaberg, as well as from Nambour, Maroochydore, Noosa and, of course, Gympie.

The Bundaberg bus will pick up passengers from 6.15am in Bundaberg, 7.30am in Maryborough and 7.50am in Tiaro.

The bus will depart Nambour at 9am, Maroochydore at 9.15am and Noosa Junction at 9.50am.

Gympie bus details will be available soon and all pick-up and departure details for all available bus/festival ticket services are available by Googling Gympie Music Muster news.

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