Adam Harvey and Beccy Cole to headline Central Coast Country Music Festival at The Entrance on Sunday, August 13

SONGBOOK: Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey have teamed up for a tour which will take in a free performance at the Central Coast Country Music Festival at The Entrance this Sunday, August 13.
SONGBOOK: Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey have teamed up for a tour which will take in a free performance at the Central Coast Country Music Festival at The Entrance this Sunday, August 13.

ADAM Harvey and Beccy Cole will headline the Central Coast Country Music Festival line-up at The Entrance this Sunday.

The pair will stop off at the festival as part of their Great Country Songbook Volume 2 tour.

Their performance will be the culmination of another busy program of entertainment at several venues.

Central Coast Council’s connected communities group leader Julie Vaughan said the festival, which is now in its 17th year, continued to impress.

“It’s great to see the Country Music Festival embraced by the whole region with local venues getting on board with the theme and hosting country artists,” Ms Vaughan said.

The Memorial Park main stage will also feature acts including The Wolverines, Tori Darke, and Hurricane Fall.

LOCATION: Take a blanket or fold-up seats and enjoy the free show in the park, on the waterfront, at The Entrance this Sunday from 10am. Picture: Phil Hearne

LOCATION: Take a blanket or fold-up seats and enjoy the free show in the park, on the waterfront, at The Entrance this Sunday from 10am. Picture: Phil Hearne

The Entrance waterfront will come alive from 10am with buskers, amusement rides, food and market stalls.

The festival will also provide fans with an opportunity to meet artists in the signing tent after their performances.

Council administrator Ian Reynolds said the festival always attracted country music fans “from near and far”, providing a great tourism boost for the region.

“The Entrance is already a popular tourist destination, and it’s free events like this that really make our region even more attractive to residents and tourists alike,” Mr Reynolds said.

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