How lovely, it’s the first day of spring, plus Father’s Day this coming Sunday, so wishing all Dad’s a super special day. Why not take him to see his favourite musician?


Thursday 2nd August

Sean and Cassandra are performing at Caves House Hotel from 6pm in the piano room.

It’s quiz night at Burger Baby with Mike and Grant. It’s heaps of fun, free to play and great prizes. Please note the questions start at 7pm sharp, you’ll need to book a table so you don’t miss out.


Friday 3rd August

Caves House has live music with Martin Lee Cropper and his Delta Blues from 5.30pm, however if jazz is more your style you can be entertained with Paula Renee performing jazz favourites, in a duo, from 6.30pm. (That’s in the piano room)

The Brewhouse Friday session starts from 4.30pm and local, Chris Hawker will perform all your favourites, and this is a family friendly venue.

The River has a very special event Friday night, it’s the South Regional TAFE music industry students, Music Showcase 2021. There are too many artists to name, however expect melodic indie, sweet country pop, reggae beats, modern pop and much more. All musicians are performing their own original tracks. Doors open from 6pm and all ticket sales go back to supporting the music students.

DJ Sean Glatt nailed his method in Toronto before moving to Australia, He’s bringing his tech-house to the Settlers Tavern with floor stomping sounds, Friday night, doors open from 9pm, with free entry.


Saturday 4th August

The very talented Brayden Sibbald is performing at Aravina Estate, from 12.30pm, there’s a full bar menu, and a casual dining menu on offer.

Seasoned musicians, Soul Survivors are live for the Caves House music session from 5.30pm.

Margaret River Tapas & Bar are celebrating their first year anniversary. Great evening lined up with local band Freeway South from 4-7pm, wine tasting with Skigh, plus bubbles on arrival. Suggest you book a table, and check out the amazing menu.

Michael Dunstan has a full band and a new second album and is showcasing his new songs at The River. The album focuses on the importance of mindfulness in a world where everything is impermanent. This is their biggest south-west show yet. Doors open from 7pm, and it’s a free gig!

End of Fashion bring their “Ruby Lips” tour to The Settlers Tavern, which is also the name of their latest single. Songwriter Justin Burford has said, “this is some of the freshest stuff they’ve ever written, and they can’t wait to share it.” Doors open from 9pm, support acts Ancient Warrior Cowboy Heroes and Hush Puppy are also on stage, and there’s no cover charge.


Sunday 5th August – Father’s Day

Caves House Hotel has an all day line-up of live music for Father’s Day, starting with KD Music from 1-4pm, then Dunsborough duo, Spiff & Fifi hit the stage from 5.30-8.30pm.

Si Mullumby is widely regarded as one of the world’s best didgeridoo players, he’s created new styles and has played across many continents. His solo show is packed with percussion, didge, guitar and flute and is wildly energetic. He is live at Clancy’s Fish Pub Dunsborough from 4.30, with free entry.

Freeway South are live at The River for the session from 4pm, and this is family friendly. They are a local 4 piece band, including Brett Wilson, Tamara Callaghan, Robbie Bruce on sax, and Gary Larkin on drums, playing blues and roots. Bit of inside information, they’ve just recorded a new single with Sean Lillico, which will be used by Arts Margaret River!

Dan White brings his unique original music to the Brewhouse session which starts from 4.30pm. A very lovely place to celebrate Father’s Day. Dan is also the Festival Director of the Strings Attached Guitar Festival, coming up from October 8th-10th.


Tuesday 7th August

Jam night is on again at Caves House Hotel, so muster up your courage and hit the stage from 6.30pm.


Wednesday 8th August

Mike and Grant host the quiz night at the Pourhouse Dunsborough. It’s free to play with great prizes. Book a table, questions start from 7.30pm.


Gigs are current at time of recording and publishing, however may change, please check your local venue social pages/website.

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