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!