The Deni Ute Muster was established in 1999 - an event that intended to get the small NSW town of Deniliquin on the map. 25 years later, Deni is now one of Australia's most iconic festivals.
With plenty of family-friendly activities, this event caters to everyone, whether you're there to party the night away or enjoy a day celebrating aussie culture.
When the sun goes down, everyone floods to the main stage for the headlining entertainment. This year had an epic lineup full of Australian talent - James Johnson, Lee Kernaghan, John Williamson, Jessica Mauboy, Missy Higgins and Casey Barnes.
However, the real fun begins in the very iconic Ute Paddock - We'd hate to know how many Utes don't make it out of there alive at the end of the weekend...
From slip and slides to shoeys, if you want the full Aussie festival experience, the ute paddock is a must.
If it isn't already, the Deni Ute Muster is a weekend worth adding to the bucket list.
You can read more about Deni Ute Muster here.