Help those in need! All proceeds from the sale of Great Northern let it pour kegs to be donated to the drought relief fund, administered by Rotary Australia For more information on
Help those in need!
All proceeds from the sale of Great Northern let it pour kegs to be donated to the drought relief fund, administered by Rotary Australia
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october 25 (Friday) - 27 (Sunday)
To promote German culture in the Canberra region, including a wide range of German food and drinks, a Stammtisch (regulars’ table), music, dance and cultural events.
To be the premium provider of hospitality and entertainment in Canberra’s South.
To lead the field in customer service.
To connect and foster relationships with the local community, as well as business, local sporting groups, and German cultural groups.
49 Jerrabomberra Avenue
Narrabundah, ACT 2604
Phone: 6295 9853
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS Rarely has an Australian band received as much consistent and widespread acclaim from critics and music fans alike as the Bondi Cigars. When the band was first
Rarely has an Australian band received as much consistent and widespread acclaim from critics and music fans alike as the Bondi Cigars.
When the band was first gigging around Sydney, late 1989, the Cigars moved in a blues/R&B circuit which, while robust enough since the 60s, had then been sparked into new life by the ‘blues revival’ of the mid-80’s, spearheaded by Robert Cray, Joe Louis Walker, Stevie Ray Vaughan and similar crusaders. And while many of the Sydney bands from that era have vanished, become historical footnotes or undergone major changes, the Cigars – true survivors – have battled on, without ever compromising their distinctive no nonsense style, to become a leading force in Australian R&B.
That original Cigars line-up brought together four like-minded experienced players, all veterans of Sydney inner-west blues venues, and from the word go, as the 1990 tracks demonstrate, the Cigars have been the very model of the ‘no passengers’ band, a well-oiled machine plus soul: no room for slackers here. Always one of the country’s hardest working outfits (on the road more than off), the Cigars have kept their music tight, hard-driving and down – to – earth: the Australian bar band par excellence.
Shane Pacey (guitar/vocals), Alan Britton (bass /vocals), Eben Hale (guitar/vocals), Frank Corby (drums/vocals)
Special guest support: Moondog
Pre-sales: CBS members $20 / General $25 + bf (Humanitix)
Doors open: 7.30pm
Show starts: 8pm
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS A lot has happened since The Wolfe Brothers burst into millions of lounge rooms around the nation in mid 2012 when they were voted into second
A lot has happened since The Wolfe Brothers burst into millions of lounge rooms around the nation in mid 2012 when they were voted into second place in the final of the prime time television show Australia’s Got Talent.
Since those weekly TV performances in 2012 they have toured the USA, written and recorded in Nashville, for the last 6 years have toured all over Australia with Lee Kernaghan and have become one of the hottest live acts in country music. Their newest album release, Country Heart, is their 4th studio album and was recorded in Sydney with Aussie producer Matt Fell. All 4 Wolfe Brothers albums have debuted at #2 on the ARIA Country chart. Their last 12 singles have hit #1 on the country charts in Australia.
2018 was a huge year for the band culminating with their Country Heart album being nominated for Best Country Album at the 2018 ARIA Awards.
2019 kicked off with a bang when the band dominated at the Australian Country Music Awards where they were nominated for 5 Awards and took home 4 Golden Guitars. They won the coveted Album Of The Year for ‘Country Heart’, Contemporary Album Of The Year for ‘Country Heart’, Song Of The Year for ‘Ain’t Seen It Yet’ and they capped off an amazing night taking out Group Of The Year.
The first half of 2019 will see the band headlining their own shows around Australia and also performing at a number of festivals. Mid year the Wolfies hook up with their mate Lee Kernaghan and will again be touring with LK on his massive 50 date Australian Tour. Somewhere in the middle of all this touring the band will head to Nashville and Canada to write their next album.
The Wolfe Brothers continue to strive to deliver the best shows and albums they can to their fans. They are most comfortable performing live and anyone who has seen them will confirm that this is a band that puts 110% into every show they do.
Don’t miss The Wolfe Brothers Live on their No Sad Song Tour Australian Tour with special guest artists.
(Friday) 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS In 1985, Iron Maiden brought the most successful tour they would ever undertake to Australia. Dubbed the World Slavery tour, this legendary band were on the
In 1985, Iron Maiden brought the most successful tour they would ever undertake to Australia. Dubbed the World Slavery tour, this legendary band were on the road for 13 consecutive months, performing over 300 shows in no less than 28 different countries.
A look at the classic 1985 video titled Live after Death immortalises the World Slavery Tour. There would be bigger, more elaborate, even more eye-scorching Maiden stage-shows as the years rolled by, but never again would there be one quite so right for the moment.
Fast forward to 2020, Aces High – Australia’s only female fronted tribute to the greatest band of all time, is bringing this iconic tour back to life..
Joining us as our special guests on this epic evening will be PurEnvy who hail from the steel city of Newcastle, NSW. Fusing elements of thrash metal with harmonies reminiscent of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, PurEnvy have been perfecting their craft for many years, appealing to a wide range of heavy music fans, and attracting a loyal following along the way.
So Iron Maiden fans and metal fans far and wide, don’t miss your chance to be a part of reliving one of the most pivotal moments in Iron Maiden history! It’s guaranteed not to disappoint!
Tickets $15 online or $25 at the door!
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm