Daylesford Gig Guide, March 6

FLASHBACK: Monique Brumby and Kerri Simpson join Maryanne Window in The Sheilas of the 70s.

FLASHBACK: Monique Brumby and Kerri Simpson join Maryanne Window in The Sheilas of the 70s.

Spa Bar Daylesford will close its doors soon, a much-loved venue in its last days

Thursday, Open Mic Night @ Spa Bar Daylesford

Friday, DJ Beats with Pancho Combo and Friends @ Spa Bar Daylesford

Saturday, The Zero Point, 8-11pm, followed by DJ BEATS with Clay @ Spa Bar Daylesford

Party rock outfit The Zero Point features Scott Sanders, Matt Reid (Hobo Erectus) and Tom Foster (World Turtle World). Jammed-out rock covers you can dance to.

Friday @ Friday Festivities, Old Hepburn Hotel 

Old Hepburn Chillout Gigs: Friday,  Flanny Friday @ Old Hepburn Hotel 

Get those tail feathers warmed up with a good old country welcome from The Old Hep and Sist  Ville featuring Michelle Parsons. Line dancing lessons from 7pm, happy hour 6-7pm.

Saturday, Cream, Women’s Music Showcase @ Old Hepburn Hotel This year, the Old Hep will host its 14th and final Cream, The day will feature music from a legendary lineup of Cream favourites. The Sheilas of the 70s (Monique Brumby, Kerri Simpson, Maryanne Window), Michelle Parsons, The Tuckshop Ladies (Rosie Burgess and Sam Lohs), The Party Girls, Casey Freeman and Rhiannon Simpson.

Sunday, Light Nite Dance Party Featuring Ladyhood @ Old Hepburn Hotel 

A  sound and light extravaganza with the sweet sounds of Ladyhood, as the beer garden comes to life with psychotronic visuals. 

Palais Chillout Gigs: Thursday, Chillout fundraiser, DJ Thompson and Wells @ Palais Hepburn

Friday, Blue House Salon with DJ KISTA @ Palais Hepburn

Saturday, Yana Alana and the Homosapiens and La Cabarisque @ Palais Hepburn

Sunday, Thick ‘n’ Juicy @ Palais Hepburn

Monday, Recovery @ Palais Hepburn

.Friday, Jazz Deuce @ Blue Bean Cafe

Saturday, Ellerby @ Blue Bean Cafe

Sunday,  Open Mic @ Blue Bean Cafe

Friday, The Necks @ Theatre Royal Castlemaine

The Necks are masters of longform improvisation, with Chris Abrahams (piano), Lloyd Swanton (bass) and Tony Buck (drums) conjuring sonic landscapes that slowly evolve.