LOST Highway Bluegrass Music Festival has carved out a reputation as a hot-spot for bluegrass players and lovers of the genre.
The 2017 festival will be a bumper event with the cream of Australian bluegrass, original acoustic and country swing performing.
This year’s festival will be headlined by Golden Guitar winner Pete Denahy, bluegrass legends Bluestone Junction, alternative country queen Sal Kimber and the Rolling Wheel, country singer/songwriter Allan Caswell, plus Canada’s All Day Breakfast Stringband.
The Star has one double pass to give away to the three day festival, held at Karuah from May 5-7.
To win tell us why you love bluegrass music in less than 100 words.
Email your entry to email@example.com by May 1.