Barra & Boots Music Festival

Where Country Music Meets Nature's Symphony

Nestled amidst the serene beauty of the Whitsundays region, an intimate new music festival promises an unforgettable experience for country music enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

The inaugural Barra & Boots Music Festival is coming to the shores of Lake Proserpine on Saturday, June 15, and is sure to capture the hearts of attendees for years to come.

Drawing from the rich tapestry of Australian country music, the festival boasts a lineup that will enchant audiences all afternoon.

With established legends Adam Brand and Sara Storer headlining the event and rising stars Andrew Swift, Jayne Denham, Portia Clark and Billie-Jo Porter also joining the party, the lineup promises something for everyone.

What makes the Barra & Boots Music Festival even more special is its intimate atmosphere set amongst the beauty of Lake Proserpine.

“Our camp area at Lake Proserpine is magnificent,” said Director of Commercial Business for Whitsunday Regional Council, Craig Turner.

“You’re right there looking over the water, you’ve got the mountains, you’ve got the surrounds.

“It’s a beautiful location and you add to that the amazing Australian country music artists, the opportunity for people to hang out together with friends and family and spend a day or a weekend getting out and enjoying yourself.”

Day passes are available now, granting access to a day filled with music, camaraderie, and unparalleled natural beauty.

For those seeking a truly immersive experience, camping options abound; choose from bush camping nestled amidst the tranquil wilderness or lakeside camping offering breathtaking views of the water.

The stage is positioned within campsite grounds so, wherever you choose to set up, live music is never too far away, providing attendees with the rare opportunity to connect with their favourite artists on a personal level.

“You're literally going to be face to face with these artists," Mr Turner said.

“They're going to be right there.”

Food vans will tantalise taste buds, while attendees are welcome to bring their own food and drinks to enhance the festival experience.

With ticket prices set at $180 for adults, $99 for youth aged 11-17, and complimentary admission for children 10 and under, the festival ensures that everyone can partake in the magic.

Bush camping is priced at $200 per site per night for up to six people and lakeside camping at $300, allowing attendees to create lasting memories around crackling campfires under the starlit sky.

With only 600 concert tickets and 120 campsites available, the Barra & Boots Music Festival promises an exclusive experience for those fortunate enough to secure their place.

Don't miss your chance to be part of this extraordinary event.

WHAT: Barra & Boots Music Festival

WHEN: Saturday June 15

WHERE: Lake Proserpine Camping Ground