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Lee MacIntosh tunes up with fellow Terang Country Music Festival committee members. 120314AS05 Picture: Aaron Sawall CAPTION Preview for Terang country music festival. Pictured is The Terang Country Music Festival looks set to be around for a few years to come, thanks to a funding boost.
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Last week the state government chipped in $6000 from the Victorian Regional Growth Fund’s ‘Putting Locals First’ program.

Organising committee chairman Ray Worland said the funding would go into the festival’s budget.

“The extra funding will go a long way to help us continue to grow the festival, and help cover costs,” he said.

“The budget we need is a fairly big one, so every little bit is a huge help.”

More than 1000 people are expected to pass through the turnstiles this weekend, and organisers hope to further develop the already solid foundations laid at last year’s inaugural event.

Mr Worland said the festival had moved from the town’s recreation reserve to the racecourse this year.

“It’s an all-weather event now. Last year if it had rained there would have been no cover.

“And there will be plenty of room for camping, which will again be offered free.”

Corangamite Shire manager of economic development and tourism Terry Binder said the council hoped the festival could continue to be a drawcard for the town.

“With the state government funding and the council’s support, we hope it can continue to grow in the coming years,” Mr Binder said.

“The organising committee should be congratulated for the huge marketing campaign they have carried out in the build up to the festival. They have done a fantastic job.”

The festival begins tonight with an informal evening of entertainment at the Terang Hotel before kicking into top gear tomorrow with a full program of music from 11am to 6pm and the Hoedown from 8pm until late.

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