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Since its inception 19 years ago, the Kimberley Moon Experience has seen some of Australia’s most talented artists grace its stage, with 2020’s Muster expected to be no different.

As a signature Muster event, the ‘Kimberley Moon Experience’ has received international attention and acclaim. Staged at the Jim Hughes Amphitheatre on the banks of the Majestic Ord River, the ‘Kimberley Moon Experience’ has attracted celebrities, politicians and over 5000 patrons. This truly is a unique and unforgettable experience – a place where city and country folk meet, mingle and dance under the stars.

Last year to huge success, multi ARIA winner Amy Shark, multi-platinum seller Pete Murray and Indigenous music producers, Skinnyfish Sound System, headlined the iconic event.

Catering for all budgets, the Kimberley Moon Experience has introduced a family-friendly, BYO alcohol ‘General Admission’ picnic area as well as a new fully licensed area, ‘the Vintage Garden’.

The prestigious Kimberley Fine Diamonds Dinner also remains in 2020, for those seeking a premium entertainment package. The lavish black-tie dinner includes river boat transfers and an exclusive dance floor – plus champagne, canapés and a full sit-down multi-course dinner under the stars. There are limited tables of ten and twelve are available.

Ticket sales TBA.

For more information visit ordvalleymuster.com.au or call  (+61 407 344 399).

 

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