Country music to shine at 2018 Penrith Working Truck Show

By: Greg Bush


Troy Cassar-Daley will headline the entertainment at this year’s Penrith Working Truck Show

Country music to shine at 2018 Penrith Working Truck Show
Troy Cassar-Daley will appear on the main stage at Penrith.

 

A crowd of around 20,000 is expected to converge on the grounds of Penrith’s Museum of Fire for the 2018 Working Truck Show.

One of the most popular family road transport events in the greater Sydney area, this year’s Penrith Working Truck Show will take place on March 11.

As well as the gleaming commercial vehicles proudly on show, the 2018 event boasts a music extravaganza with live performances from some of Australia’s leading contemporary country artists.

Leading the charge is four times ARIA-award winner and multi Golden Guitar-winning singer-songwriter Troy Cassar-Daley, whose current album Things I Carry Around earned a top 10 ARIA Chart placing in 2016.

Other artists appearing include Golden Guitar winners Travis Collins and Amber Lawrence, the two joining forces in the studio last year to record the seven-track EP Our Backyard.

Rising star Missy Lancaster, who is scheduled to release her debut album Piece Of Me on January 19, will also take the stage, as well as the Viper Creek Band, a regular act on the music festival and truck show circuit.

The Museum of Fire gates will open for the Penrith Working Truck Show at 8am, with the music running until 4pm when the trophy presentations will take place.

Up-and-coming Aussie country singer-songwriter Missy Lancaster will release her debut album on January 19.

For further information on the Penrith Working Truck Show, see the website at www.pwts.com.au.

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