A unique heady brew of everything that is possible with brass, woodwind and percussion and voice!
A unique heady brew of everything that is possible with brass, woodwind and percussion and voice!

Wild mix of sounds on the weekend gig guide

DON'T miss your chance this weekend to catch a unique heady brew of everything that is possible with brass, woodwind and percussion and voice.

The Sousaphonics are playing at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club on Saturday night and their performance heads the list of this weekend's Clarence Valley Gig Guide.

TONIGHT

  • The Pacific Hotel, Richie Williams Band, 9.30pm - midnight.
  • The Yamba Shores Tavern, Uncle Jed.
  • Post Office Hotel, GraftonBlack Friday Dress-up.
  • Crown Hotel, Retro Disco- DJ Jason Playing from 8.45pm. $10 cover charge at the door (with complimentary cocktail on arrival - All proceeds go to the Westlawn Tigers Football Club)
  • The Naked and Famous Pizza Bar and Bites at South Grafton. A Song for Home, the new show from singer-songwriters Siobhan Corcoran and Imogen Pemberton.
  • Maclean Hotel, Michael Alvey and his "fusion of blues, folk, jazz and just about everything else".

SATURDAY

  • South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club, The Sousaphonics perform from 7pm.
  • The Pacific Hotel, The Sydicators, 9.30pm - midnight.
  • The Yamba Shores Tavern, Recharge DJs.
  • Yamba Bowling Club, A Taste of Ireland.

SUNDAY

  • The Yamba Shores Tavern, Mayweather vs Canelo, 11am.
  • The Pacific Hotel, Totem, 2-5pm.
  • Grafton Services Country Music Club, GDSClub, from 1pm downstairs, special guest artists from Maclean.

COMING SOON

  • Thursday, September 19: The Pacific Hotel, Scott Day-V, 8.30pm - midnight.
  • Friday, September 20: Day-V Band, 9.30pm - midnight.
  • Friday, September 20: South Grafton Ex-Services Club and Musicana - Starquest. Starts at 6.30pm.
  • Saturday, September 21: The Pacific Hotel, Hammer and the Goon, 9.30pm - midnight.
  • Sunday, September 22: The Saraton, Arj Barker live show - Go Time, Saraton Theatre.
  • Thursday, September 26: Dan Hannerford 8.30pm - midnight.
  • Friday, September 27: The Yamba Shores Tavern, Ben Francis Band.


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