Kate Ceberano to headline Tumbafest

ROCK OUT: Be entertained all day long by bands and musicians. Last year Andre Demellweek played with the band the Bridge Burners.

ROCK OUT: Be entertained all day long by bands and musicians. Last year Andre Demellweek played with the band the Bridge Burners.

Tumbarumba is throwing its arms open for quite the party next weekend.

Following the recent bushfire events, Bendigo Bank Tumbafest is enticing people back to the town to enjoy some of the region's best food and wine with a stellar main stage line up.

Attracting more than 4000 people for the two-days, the festival is ideally located on the relaxing and shady banks of gently flowing Tumbarumba Creek.

Kate Ceberano is set to headline the Saturday of the festival, and country rock favourites The Wolfe Brothers on the Sunday.

The line-up is complete with a wide variety of local and regional talent which is sure to get the crowd grooving, and the best part is how close you can get to your favourite artists, dancing right up to the foot of the stage.

IDllyic: The creekscape is the perfect space to sit back and enjoy a day supporting the community as it recovers from the bushfires.

IDllyic: The creekscape is the perfect space to sit back and enjoy a day supporting the community as it recovers from the bushfires.

Tumbafest boasts a local wine tent, featuring a large variety for tasting and purchase.

For 2020 Tumbafest are offering the Costa Taste of Tumbafest food and wine matching experience - an intimate hour session offering the chance to taste local Tumbarumba wines along with tasting plates prepared by Nest Café|Cinema|Books.

Tickets are limited and must be pre-purchased for catering purposes.

Ticket sales close on Wednesday so get in quick.

The festival is not only a chance to be wined and entertained.

It is also a great chance to pick up a unique item from the treasure trove of craft and market stalls set around the precinct.

Stalls will have items ranging from fresh local produce to handmade jewellery, machinery, specialised clothing and things for the kids.

There will also be a plethora of food stalls selling sushi, pizza, burgers, Thai, coffee, sweet treats and more.

While parent's will find plenty to do, the kids are also catered for with a range of children's rides and amusements.

DAY WITH MATES: Adele Trebilcock, Sara Lah and Tim Anderson, all of Wagga, enjoy the offerings of the 2019 Tumbafest.

DAY WITH MATES: Adele Trebilcock, Sara Lah and Tim Anderson, all of Wagga, enjoy the offerings of the 2019 Tumbafest.

FREE BUSES FROM WAGGA, ALBURY AND TUMUT 

For 2020 the festival are offering free bus transport to and from the festival on both days from Wagga, Albury and Tumut.

Bookings for the buses are essential and are limited.

Tickets are now available online, so get in quick.

On Saturday each bus departs at 9am and leaves Tumbafest at 7pm, and 9am returning at 6pm on Sunday.

Albury departs and returns from Albury Rail; Wagga from the Visitors Information Centre; Tumut/Baltow's pick up and drop off location is to be confirmed.

For more information including full main stage line up, to purchase your tickets and spot on the bus visit www.tumbafest.com.au

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