Roma’s Easter in the Country is where the romance of the Queensland Outback meets the exuberance of the Easter Bunny, and in 2023 the festival is gearing up to celebrate all that is great about country living.
Roma’s famous, five-day festival is Outback Queensland’s premier Easter event, and 2023 is going to be an absolute blast.
After the thrill seeking, open-air non-stop rodeo action of the Sunday night XXXX Pro Rodeo, very popular country music stars Beccy Cole and Adam Harvey will take to the stage at Bassett Park to get Roma rocking.
The up and coming country music artist Josh Setterfield will also be bringing his vibrant pop rock country style, that will have even the most reluctant cowboy kicking up his boots.
Pre-purchasing your ticket online to Easter’s Bumper Sunday is the only way to guarantee you don’t miss one minute of the live music action.
Origin Energy as Upstream Operator for Australia Pacific LNG are continuing their long relationship with Roma’s Easter in the Country Committee and will again be a major sponsor of the live music in 2023.
The festival won’t only feature Beccy, Adam and Josh, but it will also include a number of free live performances in the main street on Saturday morning and throughout Roma’s local pubs over the Easter weekend.
Energetic twin brothers Bo’Ness who competed on The Voice in 2020 and have strong connections with Australian country music from hanging out with Adam Brand and have now had success on the Aria chart with “Campfire Stories”. They will be performing on the street stage on Easter Saturday.
They will then be followed by the energetic and engaging pocket rocket performer Natalie Pearson with her contemporary country performance. She is not to be missed!
For all the Easter in the Country details visit www.easterinthecountryroma.com.au
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