Now in its sixth year, the festival is promoted by Rob Potts Entertainment Edge, Chugg Entertainment, Foxtel and Country Music Channel.
Held March 15-17 at the Hope Estate vineyard, it markets itself as the largest country and roots festival outside North America.
It previously staged Alan Jackson, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Taylor Swift, John Butler Trio, Kasey Chambers, Sugarland, Dierks Bentley and The Waifs.
“Where else can you see the hottest young stars, like Grammy nominees The Band Perry and Chris Young, to cross-generational hitmakers like Rascal Flatts and Billy Ray Cyrus?” Said Potts of the 2013 bill.
Also announced so far are America’s David Lee Murphy, Canada’s Corb Lund & The Hurtin’ Albertans and Dean Brody, and Australians Adam Brand, Catherine Britt, Amber Lawrence and the Wolfe Bros.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 4. Click here for more information.