Kingswood are headlining Chinchilla's Fusions on the Field 2016. Tickets are on sale now.
Kingswood are headlining Chinchilla's Fusions on the Field 2016. Tickets are on sale now. Kane Hibberd

Early bird Fusions on the Field tickets on sale now

THE countdown is on to Fusions on the Field 2016.

Early bird tickets for Chinchilla's inaugural music festival are now on sale as of 6pm today.

And after an overwhelming number of enquiries from interested punters, the festival committee have decided to open up ticket sales to those under 18 as well.

Under 18's must be accompanied or supervised by an adult.

Tickets can be purchased here.

With acts like Kingswood, Gawurra, Good Boy and Clea, this is an event you won't want to miss.

There are only 200 early bird tickets on sale at $38, so festival committee member Jay Paget said it was important to get in quick.

Tickets will go up in price from September 10.

As the lead-up to Fusions on the Field ramps up, Mr Paget encouraged people to follow the festival's Facebook page, Instagram or check out the website.

"It's good to see all the pieces starting to fall into place and getting that real buzz and excitement around town,” Mr Paget said.

"Things are shaping up for a pretty special event.”

And as the days count down, one lucky band has a chance of opening the festival.

Mr Paget said to enter Raw Fusions, a battle-of-the-bands style competition, all that needed to be done was for interested artists to send an example of their music to entertainment@fusionsonthefield.com.au.

The committee will then select the four best acts and they will be invited to play a set at the Commercial Hotel, Chinchilla, on October 16.

The sets will be recorded and uploaded to Facebook, and the public will vote for the act they want to open Fusions on the Field.

For more information on the festival, head to the website or send the committee an email at info@fusionsonthefield.com.au.


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