Plenty of treats at Sing Up The Power!
The Sing Up The Power Save The Drip benefit concert will be held in Gulgong’s famous Prince of Wales Opera House on Saturday 25th August 2pm-6pm. Enjoy the ambience of this gem of a venue in the heart of historic Gulgong. This theatre is the oldest still-operating Opera House in the Southern Hemisphere. What a treat!
A fantastic line up of artists will be performing in the concert – FEATURING – WITCHES LEAP with uilleann pipes, bouzouki and a blackwood Irish flute, will take us on a stomping trad-folk-noir expedition. What a treat!
LUKE O’SHEA known for his storytelling and powerful live shows has a unique, yet classic Australian sound. A recipient of 9 Golden Guitars & twice named the Australian Independent Artist of the Year – Luke O’Shea carries on the ancient tradition of singing up the country. What a treat!
MICK FETCH is well-known in the area. His roots are planted firmly in the soil here! Other local favourites include Marcus McLennan, Euripi, and Sugarfoot. What a treat!
TICKETS: Adults $20 Family $50 Concession/child $10. Available on-line http://mdeg.org.au/ or at the door. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Come along for a great weekend and support a good cause!
After the concert why not join in DINNER: at Red Hill Environmental Education Centre 7pm $20 – yummy soups, finger food and a bbq. Bookings essential. What a treat! ACCOMMODATION is available at Red Hill $20 (bunk rooms (heated) or camping) Bookings essential. What a treat! Details: http://mdeg.org.au/
Music after dinner until late at Red Hill! Join in a fantastic jam session in the cosy dining room, with a great atmosphere and interesting conversations guaranteed! (Could Nick Wall be there?) What a treat!
Connect with the land and enjoy a guided walk at The Drip, Sunday 26th 11am. FREE- BYO food and drinks. Soak up the beauty of this stunning locality as you listen to the expert knowledge of Julia Imrie on a fascinating tour. What a treat!
See you there!