Muster call for utes

Nicole SalmeriSouth Western Times
Owners of utes, trucks, tractors and vintage cars with grunt, character and style are being encouraged to get their vehicles ready for the Boyup Brook Ute and Truck Muster.
Camera IconOwners of utes, trucks, tractors and vintage cars with grunt, character and style are being encouraged to get their vehicles ready for the Boyup Brook Ute and Truck Muster. Credit: Danella Bevis

Entries are now open for the annual Boyup Brook Ute and Truck Muster with $10,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.

Owners of utes, trucks, tractors and vintage cars with grunt, character and style are being encouraged to get their vehicles ready for the long list of different categories including feral ute, 4x4 off-road wagon, chick ute, vintage pre-60 truck, and best farm truck.

The muster will take place during the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival on Saturday, February 16, with participants parading their vehicles along the main street from 11am. Judging is at the end of the parade at the hockey oval, where there will be entertainment from cowboy Roger Lawson, Nathan “Whippy” Griggs, Kate Linke and Blue Hornet.

Entry in the Boyup Brook Ute and Truck Muster includes participation in the parade and competition, camping on the Saturday night of the festival, and a Saturday festival ticket to see the huge line-up at the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival.

Live music will kick off from 12.30pm with the likes of Beccy Cole and Delilah Rose and the Gunslingers.

To enter the ute and truck muster or buy tickets to the festival, visit countrymusicwa.com.au

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