Farmers open up fields for music events providing a different kind of experience for festivalgoers

Country kids have always had to go the extra mile to see their favourite band or festival, but that could be changing.

Increasingly, live music events or “bush doofs” are popping up in regional areas across the country.

In some instances, these festivals are held on farms out of town.

One popular north Queensland festival has made the switch to an on-farm location for the first time this year.

The Wintermoon festival, being held this month near Mackay, has been running for 27 years and…

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