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Updated: Feb 10

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WITH Bo'Ness


When: Saturday 8th June, 2024

Where: Bowlo Sports & Leisure Yamba

Tickets: $50.50 inc booking fees. $85.50 VIP tickets

General Admission event

Strictly 18+ Event

Included in the VIP Experince: (one per person/ticket price):- Exclusive “Meet and Greet” with Troy Cassar-Daley during sound check – VIP “Between the Fires ”lanyard- Between the Fires CD sent out on release–May 10th 2024 (you can bring this to the event to have it signed personally) -Ticket to the show.

2024 marks the eagerly anticipated release of Troy's latest studio album "Between the Fires." Embarking on a national tour, this marks a significant return to the stage for Troy, his first solo tour since 2019. Expressing his excitement about hitting the road, he shares, "I love getting out to smaller towns as we tour the country. Places like Bairnsdale, Noojee, Coutts Crossing, and SW Rocks hold a special place in my heart, so including them in our journey around the country in 2024 is important to me. I can't wait to get back on the road."

Troy's 12th studio album, "Between the Fires," was recorded at his late Mum's house in NNSW, creating a powerful collection of songs and stories.

An important part of the Between the Fires tour will be bringing through the next generation of music makers who will be opening each and every show on his way through.

Troy has had many champions who supported him throughout his career which is something he has never forgotten.

“The experience that I was given in my early years was so important to my touring career, life lessons I still carry with me.”

With a career spanning over three decades, Troy is a proud Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, inheriting a rich tradition of storytelling. His passion lies in penning narratives about the Australian landscape and its essence, a driving force that has shaped his remarkable career.

Accolades have flowed consistently throughout Troy's career, including 40 Golden Guitars, 5 ARIA’s, 3 APRA Song of the Year awards, 9 Deadlys (Australian Indigenous Artist Awards), and 4 CMAA Entertainer of the Year awards. Troy has also claimed 2 NIMAs (National Indigenous Music Awards) and was honoured as the 50th inductee into the prestigious Australasian Roll Of Renown in 2017. Boasting numerous gold and platinum albums, he has achieved a remarkable 32 Number 1 chart singles.

Troy's songs serve as the backdrop to the everyday triumphs, struggles, and celebrations of Australians, resonating from small towns to bustling cities across the nation. As he takes the stage once again, Troy continues to weave his musical tapestry, connecting with audiences through the timeless art of storytelling.


Identical twins, Callum and Jackson McPartlane are each one half of the exciting new duo, Bo’Ness Brothers. Their Everly Brothers-esque sibling harmony tangles with acoustic guitars to create a unique Country Rock blend. 


Now at just 20 years of age, they’ve already delighted audiences on the small screen, appearing on The Voice Australia 2020 and have toured nationally as a staple on the Red-Hot Summer Tour for the last three years. The brothers’ debut single, ‘We Don’t Need this Town’ (released Feb 2020), shot to no. 10 on the iTunes Australian Country Chart and No. 6 on the AMRAP regional chart. Their latest offering, ‘Light up the Airwaves’ – penned by Chris Cheney of The Living End and produced by multiple Golden Guitar Award and ARIA winner Matt Fell, alongside Nashville based ex-pat, Sam Hawksley – has racked up 175,000 streams on Spotify and Apple Music.

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