The Margaret River Agricultural Show is back this year, heaps of exciting activities and Radio Margaret River will be on site, so come and meet some of the crew. More details check out www.margaretrivershow.com.
Thursday 4th November
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. They are presenting great special meals each week too.
Friday 5th November
Oceanique, twin sisters are on a South West tour with their new single release “Hiding From You”. Catch them with guests, The Pick-Me-Ups from 5.30pm at Caves House Hotel.
Don’t miss The Brewhouse Friday session with the original Lightnin Jack performing live from 4.30pm. Lovely way to end the week and family friendly.
The River is hosting a Save The Koalas Fundraising night, with the Benny Mayhem Band who’s been travelling to raise money to help the Victorian Bushfire koalas who are in desperate need. It’s a great show, suitable for all of the family and all proceeds raised will be donated to the Wildlife Victoria, you can find more info at www.wildlifevictoria.org.au. Free entry, doors open from 7pm.
Originally from Margs, and now based in Perth, DJ Kiyoshi presents a multi genre play list with all kinds of energy, from heavy drums and bass, to your favourite pop singalongs. He’s live at The Settlers from 9pm with free entry.
Saturday 6th November
Duo Short & Curly will entertain you with their lively country, blues, folk and reggae music, including some original songs too. They are playing at Caves house Hotel from 1pm.
Check The River Facebook page for the live entertainment on Saturday night, as there has been a cancellation.
The Guthrie trio return to The Settlers Saturday for a night of live reggae, roots and rock. The trio now consisting of Darren, Max and Paul, have just released a five track EP called “Fresh Ground”. Doors open from 9pm and there is no cover charge.
Sunday 7th November
Sunbird 3 are an upbeat roots band with a couple of familiar faces, including Kev McDonald. They will be rocking some blues, soul jazz and ska at Clancy’s Fish Pub Dunsborough for the Sunday session. From 3pm there’s no cover charge.
Katie White and her band have played all the main folk, roots and music festivals in WA over the past two years. They are live for The Settlers Sunday session from 3pm, free entry. Katie is originally from Denmark and still calls the South West her home.
It’s a super Sunday session at The River, with three touring bands from 4pm – 7pm. Walpole twin sisters, Oceanique, as I mentioned, have just released their new single, “Hiding From You”. They have teamed up with a lap steel player, and will also be joined by Elk Bell and The Pick-Me-Ups, for a 3 hour live music session. Free entry, and suitable for the family.
The Brewhouse hosts former employee, Branton. He’s now living in Freo but is in the South West and will perform live from 4.30pm.
Tuesday 9th November
Jam night is on again at Caves House Hotel, so muster up your courage and hit the stage from 6.30pm.
Wednesday 10th November
The twilight markets happen every week at Caves House Hotel, with a live and local musician from 5.30pm.
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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