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8 August, 2021

Route 33 to ready to rock Mareeba this October

WHEN you think of popular Australian country music duos invariably Route 33 invariably comes to mind.

By Michael Warren

Route 33 will rock Savannah in the Round this October in Mareeba

WHEN you think of popular Australian country music duos invariably Route 33 invariably comes to mind. 

Route 33, consisting of band members Trent McArdle and Jock Barnes successfully merge 90s rock, with country music, to consistently deliver an easy listening sound. 

The band’s 2019 release ‘Coro Drive’ helped establish them as one of the hottest acts on the Australian country music scene with the album debuting as No.1 on the ARIA Australian albums chart. 

Upon the release of ‘Coro Drive’, band member Trent McArdle said he was ecstatic as ever that the album was so well received by fans and critics alike.

“To be in the ARIA charts both country and all genres alongside the worldwide stars that we look up to and who are the reasons we are always striving to better ourselves and the music we create is an explainable feeling,” band member Trent McArdle said. 

“The support we continue to get from our fans is overwhelming and we are forever grateful.”

Far North audiences will get their chance to see Route 33 in person when the band takes the stage during several appearances at the upcoming Savannah in the Round country music festival in Mareeba this October.

You can catch Route 33 on Friday October 1, at the Big Top Music Hall from 10pm, Saturday, October 2, at The Bull Bar from 11.30pm and Sunday, October 3, from 11.15pm at the Big Top Music Hall.

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