The Sunset Sounds music festival set to take place at Wagga's Murrumbidgee Turf Club early next month has been postponed by one year.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions across Australia and border closures, organisers announced on Monday that the one-day music festival will now take place on November 5, 2022.
In a statement, organisers have assured that the event will still feature "a killer line-up filled with some of Australia's all-time favourite rock and pop heroes".
The initial festival line-up included Aussie artists such as former Cold Chisel guitarist Ian Moss, country music favourite Shannon Noll and Kate Ceberano.
Ticket holders are urged to hold on to their tickets, which will automatically become valid for the new event date.
Ticket holders can also expect to hear from Ticketek in the coming days regarding the event.
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Cass Writer, events coordinator at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club, said the club is disappointed but understands the decision.
"We look forward to having the concert next year," she said.
"It will be bigger and better hopefully with restrictions a thing of the past, and we're concentrating on some big race days coming up."
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