Time: 5:00pm.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:61 Maitland Rd.Venue phone: 02 4965 3201.Make moves to The Wickham Park Hotel, Islington on the 21st July for this rad line up, and to raise money for a good cause!
The show starts at 5pm, but get in early and have some food and bevvies to get you warmed up.
We’ll be raffling off some awesome prizes through the night; Merch packs of some of the bands playing and other aussie punk bands, gift cards to Musos Corner, JB Hi-Fi, Tattoo parlours, book stores, AND canvas’ and prints by local artists!
Money raised will be donated to the family of Lochlan Maas, to have his ashes buried with his father as he requested, the remaining will be donated to Beyond Blue in the hopes of saving another person from this end and another family from this loss.
The show is FREE ENTRY, So if you see the fundraiser box swing past you on the night, give anything you can spare. Every cent counts. If that’s not your style, buy a raffle ticket and make it worth your money 🙂
The Line Up Includes:
The Bottlers, Smacked Youth, No Quarter, Scabz, MOM, PlusManyMore (Reunion) and Matt Hafey.
Time: 9:00pm.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:50 Hunter St.Venue phone: 299999999.FOX N FIRKIN have chosen to launch their new single “Sail Away” in Ol’ Sydney Town! The last time the band toured through Sydney, Robbie the drummer broke his arm there. The band has decided to make up for their shitty one armed drummer performances by putting together the ultimate Folk Punk lineup and heading down to Frankie’s Pizza to show the good people of Sydney how it’s done! (With both arms)
With support from local legends The Bottlers Medusa’s Wake and The Pitts, this is going to be out of control!
AND it is absolutely FREE
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $10.00.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:Addison Rd Community Centre 142 Addison Rd.Second Friday of the Month, Feb – Dec
Doors open 7:30pm
Concert 8 – 10.00pm, followed by singing session (gates close midnight).
The Bush Music Club was founded in 1954 to collect, publish and popularise Australia’s traditional songs, dances, music, yarns, recitations and folklore and to encourage the composition of a new kind of song – one that was traditional in style but contemporary in theme.
The Bush Music Club’s, Duke’s place, named after our honoured early member Harold ‘Duke’ Tritton (1886-1965), is the place to go once a month for a great night of Australian songs in concert and session. Duke was a powerful singer who supplied BMC with many songs he had learnt in his younger days while working as a shearer and at other bush jobs. He was also a songwriter and poet giving us songs that have entered the tradition such as Sandy Hollow Line and Shearing in the Bar.More information
Time: 9:00pm.Age restrictions: No Minors.Address:326 King St.Venue phone: 295571206.Sydney town folk punk partisans The Bottlers and Medusa’s Wake are raring to go for a good old, good as gold strum, drum and sing-along at The Townie, Newtown Friday the 28th of September kicking off at 9PM!
Bring your dancing boots and your howls and hoots!
FREE ENTRY!More information
Time: 7:00pm.Age restrictions: No Minors.Address:75 Richmond Road corner Glebe Place.Venue phone: (02) 4722 8180.Saturday the 17th of November we’re wandering out west, clinking our drinks along with dollops of irish folk punk whallopings with Medusa’s Wake and the indie folk finesse of Master Tiger over at Penrith Gaels Club!