Quaama Hall will rock again this New Year’s Eve.
It starts at 7pm – bring a rug and picnic dinner and enjoy local musos on the lawn. Snacks and light meals available from the Supper Room. Then come inside at 9pm for The Jonathan Richman Experience (see image) and dance until 2016!
If you were there in 2013 you may remember Andrew Gray’s energetic channelling of Boston 70s R&R phenomenon Jonathan Richman on the verandah, when Andrew got people up and dancing even ahead of the main act. Then he did a set supporting Heath Cullen, the main act that year. Well, this year he is the main act, and it just gets better. He’s pulled together a band comprising three members of The Hoops (Jamie Forbes on guitar, Sid Brassington on bass and Peter White on drums), with Becky Lupton and Nataleigh Jessop singing back-up melodies.
Yes, again this year we’ll be doing the Outside/In format that has been such a hit the last two Eves.
A BYO picnic on the lawn from 7pm, with local musos on the verandah, then from 9pm Andrew Gray’s Jonathan Richman Experience – with three band members from The Hoops – will keep us hopping inside until 2016.
Admission $10/$5, accompanied kids under 16 free.
Now that’s on your calendar, all we need is those local musos to warm us up for the main act. You get in free, naturally. If you’re keen to do a set, call Robert Connal on 6493 8552 to have a chat.