Saturday Australia's "Greatest Disco Band Club 54"; incorporating the "Solid Gold Disco Show" in one 2 1/2 hour high-octane show, the Christmas Spectacular, that has been hailed as, "the Ultimate night of 70s Disco Music". Hear all the hits, such as Dancing Queen, Stayin' Alive and Best Disco in Town. Every ticket bought will receive a free Merry Xmas Everybody EP. Dinner and show: $45 per head.
New Year's Eve Tuesday, December 31
Unmask yourself at midnight, reveal the new you into the new year. Prizes for best dressed. Special Guests: Burlesque dancers Camilla Cream and Lord Lovat. Featuring 6 DJs, DJ Nicko, Sallie Harvie EZC Live, DJ Sassta, Pancho Combo, DJ Clay Raven, DJ Heath Myers (Rainbow Serpent)
Friday Jazz Deuce; Saturday The Larks; Sunday Never Ever; January 3 Lunar Dust; January 4 The Lefties; January 5 North East; January 10 The Crumpled Suits; January 11 - Next Episode; January 12 - Open Mic
Saturday India Havers; December 28: Andy Lacy; January 4: The Capo (Duo); January 11 Jarrod Shaw
December 29 Gena Rose Bruce
Gena Rose Bruce's debut album "Can't Make You Love M" was released in June via Dot Dash Recordings. It has received critical acclaim from international and local media, including NPR All Songs Considered Best New Music, Album Of The Week at the Sydney Morning Herald and the Brisbane Times, radio play on KEXP, KCRW, NPR, Triple J and more.
Gena will be performing at SXSW 2020 and has recently been nominated for Best Breakthrough Act in the Music Victoria Awards.
Friday Augie March
Touring again, having a great time since last tour "On the quiet", still featuring 2018s "Bootikens". To quote Glenn Richards, the band's front man, "we return to the glorious Theatre Royal in Castlemaine ... we love playing this style of show, the songs get their due but there's little, if any loss of power, it's just a different kind. Renewable is perhaps the best way to describe it." Special guests: Oh Mercy (solo)
Saturdays 4 -7pm.
The third of a series of summer events. Enjoy sitting back, listening to some live music whilst sipping a cider with a freshly made pizza from in the outdoor oven. It is free entry to these events, with both kids and friendly dogs welcome.
This week, The Duck Downpickers, will be plucking their way through the afternoon, alongside "great lyrics and quirky personalities". Locals have been raving about the first two instalments.
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