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One Night Stand heads to Dalby

Popular artist Matt Corby will perform in Dalby as part of this year's One Night Stand concert.
Popular artist Matt Corby will perform in Dalby as part of this year's One Night Stand concert.

DALBY is set to enjoy the benefits of a One Night Stand which will have residents talking for years to come.

Triple J radio presenters today announced the Western Downs hub would host up to 10,000 people for the annual One Night Stand concert at the Dalby Showgrounds on June 2.

The line-up will feature popular acts The Temper Trap, 360, Stonefield and Matt Corby as well as an original band from the Dalby or Toowoomba region chosen from the Triple J Unearthed website.

Mayor Ray Brown said council had been in negotiation with Triple J for some time confirming the details of the free, all-ages event.

"What a wonderful way to promote our region," Cr Brown said.

"It is good for everyone, not just the young people."

Triple J manager Chris Scaddan said the station planned to air stories on issues faced in the region in the lead-up to the concert.

Topics:  dalby, music, one night stand, triple j


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