It was billed as the one of the biggest concerts west of the Great Dividing Range and when the artists for Day on the Plain hit the stage on 5 May they didn’t disappoint.
The Eurogliders, Wendy Matthews, Joe Camilleri & The Black Sorrows, Glenn Shorrock, Richard Clapton, Frankie J Holden and Wilbur Wilde rolled out some of the biggest homegrown hits of the last 30 years.
The concert was held in the grounds of Jimbour House near Dalby and was the culmination of the week-long Big Skies festival organised by Western Downs Regional Council.
CS Energy’s Kogan Creek Power Station has been part of the Western Downs for more than a decade, so we were excited to sponsor this new festival and help promote the region.
CS Energy hosted a ‘Recharge Zone’ at the Day on the Plain, where concertgoers could chill out, recharge their mobile devices and learn more about our business.
Employees from Kogan Creek, Brisbane and Callide pitched in to work at our stand and support the event, with crowd numbers for the Day on the Plain estimated at over 4,000 people.
The CS Energy stand remained onsite for the Food and Fibre event the next day, which showcased everything locally grown and sewn in the region.