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Labour Day Long Weekend

Sat 2nd March @ Ravenswood Hotel WA (outdoor) gates open 5pm

Sun 3rd March @ Castelli Estate Denmark WA (outdoor) gates open 4pm

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Daryl Braithwaite

In November 1988 Daryl released the phenomenally successful album ‘Edge’ which spent well over a year in the national Aria chart, peaking at #1 for several weeks. In 1989 it became the highest selling CD in Sony Music Australia’s history, spawning 5 hit singles including ‘One Summer’, written by Daryl which went on to achieve gold status.

In November 1990 Daryl released his follow up album ‘Rise’, Daryl again proved that he had what it takes to make an album work and both the critics and public agreed. Rise boasted a further 5 hit singles. The most popular was undoubtedly “The Horses’, holding the #1 position on the national charts. 

Far from an exercise in revisiting past glories and greatest hits – of which, of course, there are plenty – FOREVER THE TOURIST the latest CD released in 2014 reveals a brand new stunning chapter in Daryl’s unparalleled career and the centrepiece of this new chapter is the sparkling new single, “Not Too Late”. 

Killing Heidi featuring:  Ella Hooper

After a 10year hiatus, Multi Aria award winners including top ten Albums & singles Killing Heidi announced they will reform. Ella & her brother Jesse Hooper originally formed the band in 1996. Catch them in concert performing all there hits…”I am”, “Calm Down”, “Heaven Sent”, ”Mascara “ “Weir” + more.

Sounding better than ever…….

Thirsty Merc

After over a decade of making music, they’re still as thirsty as ever. They’ve released an indie EP, which garnered triple J airplay back in 2003, three critically acclaimed studio albums, an acoustic fan favourites record entitled ‘AAA: Acoustic Anniversary Album’ and a swag of classic tracks such as “20 Good Reasons”, “Emancipate Myself”, “Someday Someday”,  “Mousetrap Heart” and “In The Summertime.” Australian rock stalwarts Thirsty Merc are still excited to be making music, and hungrier than ever before to extend their legacy.