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Sara Storer to kick off the party at the Silverton pub!

Attendees of the 2019 NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference are in for a wonderful night’s entertainment with Sara Storer confirmed to perform at the Welcome Adventure Function at the iconic Silverton Pub.

The ARIA award and 21 time Golden Guitar award winning artist will play a number of her biggest hits, along with a number of new songs from her eighth studio album Raindance, with support from her singer-songwriter brother Greg Storer.

While the talented duo is on stage, attendees will socialise over dinner and drinks before dancing the night away in what will be a great welcome for everyone to the conference.  

Ms Storer, who has played previously at the Silverton Pub, is excited to return and party with everyone out west, especially in light of the dry times everyone is experiencing.

“I love getting out to country areas and putting on a show so I jumped at this opportunity,” Ms Storer said.

“Our farmers in the far west and throughout NSW have been doing it really tough for a long time now, but music is great therapy so let’s dance and sing this drought away.

“As a songwriter, we can often find ourselves writing stories with a heavy heart whether it is about ourselves or of others.

"So with regards to Raindance off the new album, I felt it time to write a song of hope and bring people together and I look forward to playing it at the Welcome Adventure Function.”

Registrations for the conference, which is being held in Broken Hill from 22 to 24 October, will be open this month so keep an eye on the conference website and get ready to register.

The conference will highlight some of the great work and achievements by the Landcare community and landholders across the state through informative speakers, workshops and field trips.

For further information contact Local Land Services Landcare Program Manager Chris McCulloch on 0427 061 164 or visit:

Media contact: Charlie Whiteley, Western Local Land Services, 0428 679 974.