“On the banks of the snowy river’. The historic village of Dalgety the only town left on the Snowy River in NSW. Dalgety was once a major stock crossing when bullock trains were in important mode of transport. Before the bridge was built in 1888 a punt was used to carry stock and travellers across the Snowy River. In 1902 Dalgety was gazetted as the site for the National Capital. Although there was much debate, Canberra won out in the end and Dalgety remains a proud town, renowned for hosting friendly and successful events including the Dalgety Show on the first Sunday in March. Population: 75

Show features VISHTEN (Canada) and special guest ROB LONGSTAFF (Australia) and local support act OSCAR LITCHFIELD

NOTE: The Little Stevies will not be appearing at this show

New Zealand born & Australian bred, Rob Longstaff is a singer / songwriter of the acoustic blues & soul genre. With two studio albums already under his belt, Rob recorded his most recent album at Blackbird Studios in Berlin. “Boogaloo’ boasts soulful acoustic gems and exemplifies his powerful voice and impressive fingerpicking style. He’s an entertainer as much a musician, wooing crowds with his humour and energy. When in the studio, he insists on recording his tracks in one take. No tricks, no gimmicks, just his voice and guitar. He’s played gigs throughout Australia and Europe and including festivals such as Woodford Folk Festival & Maleny Music Festival.


available online (TICKETING LINK). Local tickets sales from Iona Gardens Dalgety, Snowy Region Visitors Centre, Cooma Visitors Centre and available at door until sold out.


Dalgety Hall, Campbell St, Dalgety, NSW 2628. BBQ provided prior to show. Non-alcoholic drinks available.



16-year-old songwriter Oscar Litchfield has been playing the guitar for almost ten years. Oscar is just starting out in terms of gigging and is loving the experiences. Oscar dreams of making music his full time lifestyle/ job and plans to travel Australia after high school. You can find a collection of Oscars “demos” (HERE) and Facebook (HERE).


Snowy River Holiday Park – 64565000 – has powered and unpowered camp sites + self-contained cabins. In cabins only can accommodate 32 people in shared situation. Adjoining Dalgety Hall
Lachney Cottage – 0424771110 – two bedrooms and a loft, Lachney Cottage will comfortably accommodate up to five people. The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen, entertaining area with barbecue, and is situated in a wonderful rural setting. 1.5km from town
Rocky Tops – 0412659707 – sleeps 10 in 7 beds in 4 bedrooms. 300m from the Hall, walking distance.
Snowy View Cabins – 0414377082 – One bedroom contains a queen size bed and television. The other bedroom has a double bed with plenty of storage space. 1.2 kms from Dalgety.
Buckley’s Crossing Hotel – 64565023 – has 3 family rooms with 1 queen and 2 sets of bunk beds, 4 queen rooms with a max of 2 people. Opposite Dalgety Hall.
Snowy Mountains cabin (Coonies) – 64565011 – 1 bedroom accommodating 2 people. 8 kms from Dalgety. Contact 64565130 for further accommodation information in nearby towns.

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