The Festival of Small Halls has arrived in Tuncurry.
Festival of Small Halls has arrived in Tuncurry, and we are going to chill and ride the coastal vibes with Bobby Alu and This Way North.
Opening the show tonight will be 19-year-old indie folk singer songwriter, Heath Lancaster.
The recipient of the inaugural Keith Urban Scholarship, Heath released his debut EP ‘Amber Air’ in October last year.
In early 2021, Heath recorded two singles with Platinum award-winning producer and singer-songwriter Garrett Kato in Byron Bay who has previously worked with artists such as Pete Murray, Tones and I, Julia Stone, Riley Pearce and Jack Botts.
After local talent Health Lancaster opens the show, enjoy the chilled out tunes of Bobby Alu with the feel good effect of his music. This Way North will than come to rock out and finish the festival with their energic and powerful performance.
Doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
BYO available with corkage charge of $5 per serve. A serve is limited to 1 bottle of wine OR one six pack of beer per two people. Wine glasses will be provided.
Please note, this event is operating in accordance with the New South Wales Goverrnment COVID Safe rules. Please remember to check-in, physically distance and make use of the available hand sanitiser.
Tuncurry Memorial Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Worimi people.