TV chef Colin Fassnidge, plus Jimmy Barnes and Daryl Braithwaite, will head to WA's east Kimberley for next year's Ord Valley Muster.
Earlybird tickets are now on sale for next year's Ord Valley Muster in Kununurra, with acclaimed chef and television favourite Colin Fassnidge the latest addition to the line-up of star guests for the event.
Dublin-born Fassnidge, of Sydney restaurant 4Fourteen, will showcase local ingredients at the Kimberley Kitchen at Celebrity Tree Park and the Durack Homestead Dinner.
"I've heard about the Ord Valley Muster from some chef mates of mine and can't wait to get there,” he said. “I'm looking forward to using the local produce and also being a part of the event - everyone I've spoken to just loves it."
Joining Fassnidge in the east Kimberley will be Jimmy Barnes, who'll be returning to headline the Kimberley Moon Experience, having previously performed at the event in 2011.
Also on the bill for the evening are Daryl Braithwaite and the McClymonts.
On from May 19-28, the program of more than 30 events also includes the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow and the Ord Valley Muster Rodeo.
Attendees can take advantage of a new ticket option, the Muster Multipass, which includes general admission to the Kimberley Moon Experience, a seat at the Kimberley Kitchen and a seat at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, offering a saving of $39.
Ticketing for the very popular Durack Dinner Homestead is also changing, with spots available on a first-in best dressed basis rather than a ballot.
Earlybird tickets for selected events are on sale until December 9, or until the allocation is exhausted.
The event was recently named the winner of the Festivals and Events category at the WA Tourism Awards.
- For more, go to ordvalleymuster.com.au.
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