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Get into a good groove with this week's Valley gig guide

Melbourne-based rockers Saskwatch will play at Yamba’s Pacific Hotel on Tuesday night.
Melbourne-based rockers Saskwatch will play at Yamba’s Pacific Hotel on Tuesday night.

THERE is plenty on offer on the local live entertainment scene this weekend - check our gig guide to find a show near you.

Tonight

  •  Gavin Doniger from 8.30pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba

Tomorrow

  •  Caravana of the Sun from 8pm at the Yamba Bowling Club, 18+ only
  •  The Ford Bros from 8pm at the Yamba YHA Backpackers
  •  4 Way Street from 8pm at the Harwood Hotel
  •  Lizard Grip from 8.30pm at the Maclean Services Club
  •  Andy Jans Brown from 9.30pm at the Pacific Hotel Yamba
  •  Liar Liar from 9.30pm at the Yamba Shores Tavern

Saturday

  •  Carpool to Nashville from 8pm at the Yamba Bowling Club
  •  Tim Stokes from 8pm at the Yamba YHA Backpackers
  •  Diana Anaid from 9.30pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba
  •  Psychic Fair from 9.30am at the Yamba Bowling Club

Sunday

  •  The Ford Bros from 2pm at the Yamba Shores Tavern
  •  Open Mic Sunday Session - free schooner of Carlsberg for every song performed - from 2pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba

Tuesday

  •  Saskwatch from 8.30pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba

Coming up

  •  Ian "Macca" McNamara at South Grafton Ex-Services Club January 25

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