Shepparton’s inaugural Land of Plenty festival is only four weeks away and, according to organisers, it is well on its way to being a sell-out.
Festival founder Aidan McLaren said VIP tickets had already sold out and general admission tickets were selling fast.
“From all reports is shaping up to be an incredible day,” he said.
“Land Of Plenty and has something for everyone and should not be missed. It's boasting one of the hottest festival line-ups in the country.”
The all-ages event will be one of the only chances to see Tones and I perform in Australia this year.
Her hit single Dance Monkey has just gone number one on the ARIA charts for the ninth week in a row, making it the equal all-time number one streak of any Australian artist in history.
But that's not all the festival has to offer.
The line-up includes triple J Hottest 100 winners Ocean Alley, Shepparton’s own Briggs and crowd favourite Illy.
Land Of Plenty will also celebrate some of the Goulburn Valley’s talented up-and-coming artists.
For thrill seekers, there will also be carnival rides including dodgem cars, a giant slide and Victoria's scariest ride, The Beast.
Food trucks will also be serving parmas, churros, gourmet tacos, pulled pork, coffee, Indian curries and more.
There will also be a market stall and four on-site bars including a gin and mocktail bar.
The festival is being held at Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday, November 2.
General admission tickets cost $99.
For information, visit landofplentyfestival.com