Performers Wanted

Shellharbour City Council is planning a multicultural festival for the afternoon/evening of Saturday 25 March 2017 to celebrate Harmony Day and our region’s rich cultural diversity. We welcome you and your family to attend and will be finalising details soon. We endeavour to encourage our community to embrace the beauty and significance of multiculturalism, thereforeContinue reading “Performers Wanted”

November Line Up | Music in the Park

Sunday 6 November Jack Rose – blues, indie, roots Tropical Wax – ( Ben Fryer) swinging contemporary, popular Boyznberry -5 piece–70s,80s,90s, different soul, blues, rock covers Live & Local! Presented by Kiama Municipal Council & Kiama Jazz & Blues Club. All free and al fresco. Bring your picnic, rug, chairs, friends & the family forContinue reading “November Line Up | Music in the Park”

Tropical Wax to the Max!

Get down to the Gerringong Surf Club this Sunday 16 October for an afternoon of fun, sun and red hot music! Kicking off at 12pm the day will feature a heap of activities including face painting and jumping castles for the kids as well as a host of club information. From 2pm -5pm we willContinue reading “Tropical Wax to the Max!”

Musician Wanted

We are looking for a musician to play at our Weave Artist Directory launch on Thursday 11 August, 5.30pm at the Shellharbour Village Exhibition Space. Original music is preferred, a range of musical genre will be considered however should be suitable for the event and venue, must be Kiama or Shellharbour based, this is aContinue reading “Musician Wanted”

Music in the Park | Its on a again!

Live & Local! Music in the Park is happening again, Hindmarsh Park, Kiama on the first Sunday of each month at 1.15pm. Come on over Sunday June 5, and catch 3 fantastic local bands: Blues & roots acoustic guitar sounds of Dane Overton Ben Fryer Duo (from Tropical Wax) Tomcat Playground, Dan Sullivan’s hot new 4Continue reading “Music in the Park | Its on a again!”

Jazz and Blues News | March/April 2016

Hello Friends & Bon Vivants Welcome to another new look Good Jazz & Blues News, thanks for the great feedback on our first GJ&B News, and welcome to our many new subscribers.  Of course the hot topic is How Fantastic Was Our Kiama Jazz & Blues Festival?!!  Thanks to all who came and grooved throughContinue reading “Jazz and Blues News | March/April 2016”