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Daylesford Gig Guide, March 4

ROCKING: Having recently returned from a tour with no less than Suzi Q, Nat Alison will hit the stage at this year's Cream, part of the 2020 ChillOut Festival.

ROCKING: Having recently returned from a tour with no less than Suzi Q, Nat Alison will hit the stage at this year's Cream, part of the 2020 ChillOut Festival.

Palais-Hepburn- ChillOut Festival events

Friday, Get Loose

Tomboy presents a Party for Queer women and their friends.

Saturday, Madhatters

La-Cabaris'gay presents a mad hat dance party.

Sunday, Thick'n' Juicy

A dance party for men.

Cream @ Hepburn Recreation Reserve, Saturday

New venue, same excitement. Starting in the afternoon with food trucks, ample parking, pub parmas, food trucks and reasonable drink prices. Music will be familiar to most, Michelle Parsons with her Etheridge show and a rock set, Nat Alison fresh from a tour with Suzi Q, Ladyhood and a DJ. The festival bus will run to and from the venue. This is a brief selection of the gigs/events around town, check the online program for more.

Bellinzona

Saturday, DJ Jax

Theatre Royal, Castlemaine

Saturday, Weyes Blood

Mistletone proudly presents Weyes Blood, performing songs from her acclaimed album Titanic Rising.

Playing sold out venues overseas, Weyes Blood has elevated her live show since her last trip and will be bringing her full five-piece band. Special Guest for this show will be Grace Cummings, conjuring the sound of the early '60s folk revival.

Guildford Family Hotel

Friday, Hawk and Dove

Saturday - Nathan Power

Saturday, The Go-Between: William Murrungurk Buckley

Acclaimed story/music theatre from Jan "Yarn" Wositsky, in an epic tale of the white man "who went black and came back."

Sunday, 1pm. Kenny Joe Blake and Lauren Lee Williams

Grammy-nominated songwriter Kenny Joe Blake and prize-winning poet turned songwriter Lauren Lee Williams will make you laugh and ponder with their humorous, lived-in tales.

The veteran wordsmiths play honest, original, acoustic roots music without fake American accents. Blake lives in Maldon; Williams in Newstead. They've been working as a duo since last year, performing at festivals and venues around the region, as well as some inner-city gigs.

The veteran wordsmiths play honest, original, acoustic roots music without fake accents.