Fat Albert will play at the Yamba Shores Tavern from 8.30pm tomorrow night.
Fat Albert will play at the Yamba Shores Tavern from 8.30pm tomorrow night.

This week's gig guide

CHECK out our gig guide to find our where to get your groove on this week.

Tonight

  •  Slim Pickens from 8.30pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba
  •  2012 Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow from 7pm at the Saraton Theatre, Grafton. Tickets $40 for adults, $35 for students and seniors.

Tomorrow

  •  Siskin River from 8pm at the Grafton Hotel
  •  Push from 8.30pm at the Maclean Services Club
  •  The Dylan James Band from 9.30pm at the Pacific Hotel Yamba
  •  Rob and Cummo from 8pm at the Harwood Hotel
  •  Fat Albert from 8.30pm at the Yamba Shores Tavern
  •  Dave Strauss from 8pm at the Yamba Bowling Club
  •  Together Again at the Grafton District Services Club
  •  Bruce Mathiske from 8pm at the Grafton Community Centre

Saturday

  •  Greg Kew from 8pm at the Yamba YHA Backpackers
  •  The Glen Mead Band from 9.30pm at the Pacific Hotel Yamba
  •  The Ford Brothers from 8pm at the Harwood Hotel
  •  DJ Kay from 9pm at the Yamba Shores Tavern

Sunday

  •  Siskin River from 2.30pm at the Pacific Hotel, Yamba
  •  Yamba Country Music Mega Muster featuring Craig Giles from 10am at the Yamba Bowling Club. Entry $5
  •  Sunday Session from 3am at the Yamba YHA Backpackers
  •  Doot album launch from 2pm at the Yamba Shores Tavern

Coming up

  •  Morning Melodies with Dean Doyle and Sophistication at the Grafton Community Centre on June 29
  •  Empire at the Yamba Shores Tavern on June 29
  •  Trip Kicks DJS + support from DJ Salad Fingers and Kingston at the Yamba Shores Tavern on Saturday June 30
  •  Katabasis, Red Bee and Headpound at the Great Northern Hotel on July 18


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SFF calls for more wild dog control measures in Valley

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Increasing numbers of wild dog attacks are on the political agenda.