There is plenty for the kids, as well as the adults, at this year's Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth.
Kable Avenue Tamworth is the place to be - and it is open daily.
The Westpac Family Zone will include a massive 20 metre ferris wheel, jumping castle, bungy jump trampoline, mini convoy trucks and cup ‘n’ saucer ride.
The kids can get up close and personal with the farm animals in the petting zoo or create a masterpiece with sand art.
This year Tamworth hosts talented artist Rudy Kistler of Zest Events International who will entertain the crowds with his amazing 3D chalk artworks in the festival precinct.
The new Haybale provides activities and performance opportunities for young musicians to play, collaborate and produce their music.
Based at the Tamworth PCYC for the festival, there will be guest artists, jamming walk ups and more (see www.thehaybale.com for more information).
Disney’s Frozen will be playing on the big screen in Toyota Park on Saturday 17 January. The entertainment commences at 6.30pm with loads of kids activities including face painting and a snow machine.
Don’t miss the Unwrapped concert in Toyota Park on Sunday 18 January where you can get a sneak peak at our future stars, including X-factor finalist Caitlyn Shadbolt.
“The 2015 Festival will be an entertainment extravaganza for families with a huge new precinct dedicated to family fun. It includes a massive 20-metre ferris wheel which stands taller than the closest building,” said Festival Director Mr John Sommerlad.
The 10-day Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth in January is the biggest in the country, and lauded as one of the top music festivals in the world.
The Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth 2015 will be held from Friday 16 to Sunday 25 January. It is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.