Numbers were at an all-time high at this year's five-day Gunnedah Country Music Muster.
The number of attendees and vans were both up, according to co-organiser Rex Baldwin.
Mr Baldwin said the figures far exceeded his expectations.
"There was just over 300 people on Saturday day and night," Mr Baldwin said.
"Everybody I've spoken to said they would come back and hopefully they'll bring someone else when they come."
He said the majority of visitors were from out of town, from states all over the country.
"There was great feedback from everybody. I couldn't be happier," he said.
Both well-known and walk-up artists took the stage in Griffith's Hall at Gunnedah Showground over the course of the muster.
No two songs were the same - every artist played a different set for the ultimate variety show.
Bruce Forbes of Beresfield was the people's choice of the walk-up artists, and had the opportunity to play in the main event on Saturday night.
Other artists on the Saturday night included Trevor Coombs from Manilla and Johnny Greenwood from Brisbane.
The muster will be back in 2020 for more country music fun.