4 Way Street.
4 Way Street.

Daily Examiner Gig Guide

GRAFTON GIG GUIDE - 19/01/12

THURSDAY

4 Way Street at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba from 9.30pm

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FRIDAY

Caravana Sun at the Yamba Bowling Club from 8pm

Fat Albert and The Easy Escape at the Yamba Shores Tavern from 7.30pm

The Stillsons at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba from 7-9 pm

The Lucky Wonders at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba from 9.30pm

Bart Thrupp at the Yamba YHA Backpackers from 8pm

Powerhouse at the Maclean Services Club from 8.30pm

Just Friends at the Grafton District Services Club

Pretty In Pink at the Good Intent Hotel, South Grafton

Bo Jenkins at the Nymboida Coaching Station

SATURDAY

ABBA Tribute Show at the Yamba Bowling Club from 6pm. All ages dinner show, tickets $25

Merlins Psychic Fair on January 21, 22, and 23 at the Yamba Bowling Club

DJ Kay at the Yamba Shores Tavern from 8.30pm

Monkey and the Fish at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba from 9.30pm

Bevan Spiers at the Yamba YHA Backpackers from 8pm

Who's Charlie at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club.

SUNDAY

Mick Arlington at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba from 2.30pm

WEDNESDAY

Alchemy at the Yamba Bowling Club 8.30pm

AUSTRALIA DAY

Triple J Hottest 100 countdown with a beach party volleyball match at the Yamba Shores Tavern from 12pm

Australia Day Family BBQ at the Yamba Bowling Club from 12pm

Brian Watt and the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba. There will be loads of promos, prizes and two surf boards to be won from 12pm

Los Garbos and the Trashmen at the Royal Hotel, South Grafton from 1.30pm



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