Entertainment

GIG GUIDE - Apr 14

Fri 15

BILL JACOBI, Front bar, Tatts Hotel, Lismore, 8pm

REBECCA IRELAND & THE OLD SOUL BAND, Tatts Hotel, Lismore, 9pm, $5

HEKYL & JIVE, Richmond Hotel, Lismore, 9pm

MOSSY ROCKS, Lismore Workers Club, 7.30pm

DEAN DOYLE & SOPHISTICATION, Lismore Workers Club, 10-11.30am, $5

MARGE GRAHAM & COUNTRY SOUNDS, Workers Heights Bowling Club, 7.30pm

WEAR THE FOX HAT, G’bah Soccer Club, 8.30pm

BRAIN WATT DUO, Pioneer Tavern, Wollongbar, 7pm

THE KELLY GANG DUO, Dunoon Sports Club, 8pm

BROADFOOT, Nimbin Hotel, 7.30pm

HAYDEN HACK INFUSION + THE FLUMES + MORE, Nimbin Bush Theatre, 6pm, $15/10

A NIGHT AT THE CASBAH, Tuntable Community Hall, 6pm, $15/10

TWIN SYSTEM, Slipway Hotel, Ballina, 7pm

MUMBO JUMBO: CD LAUNCH, Australian Hotel, Ballina, 8pm

VIKKI GRANT, Westower Tavern, Ballina, 7pm

FAT ALBERT, Ballina RSL Club, 8.30pm

BACK TO BALI DINNER SHOW, Ballina RSL Club, 6.45pm, $50 (incl dinner)

SHINE, Bangalow Hotel, 7.30pm

THE FLOATING BRIDGES, Lennox Point Hotel, 9.30pm

TIJUANA CARTEL, Beach Hotel, Byron, 9.30pm

BOHEMIAN COWBOYS, The Rails, Byron, 6.30pm

Sat 16

NERVOUS DOLL DANCING, Star Court Theatre, Lismore, 8pm, $30/25/15

SURF REPORT, Rous Hotel, Lismore, 9pm

STEPHANIE ROGERS, Font bar, Tatts Hotel, Lismore, 8pm

KARAOKE WITH KYLE, Richmond Hotel, Lismore, 8.30pm

CHEVROLETS, Lismore Workers Club, 7.30pm

JD DUO, Bistro, Lismore Workers Club, 6pm

BRIAN WATT, G’bah Tavern, 9pm

ROB SARIC, Pioneer Tavern, Wollongbar, 7pm

SHARON FRIEL, Nimbin Hotel, 7pm

ANDY BOURKE, Slipway Hotel, Ballina, 7pm

RICHIE WILLIAMS BAND: CD LAUNCH, Australian Hotel, Ballina, 7.30pm

BILLY T, Westower Tavern, 7pm

MICK BUCKLEY’S PIANO SHOW, Ballina RSL Club, 7.30pm

FOSSIL ROCK, Cherry St Bowlo, Ballina, 7.30pm

BANG BANG BOSS KELLY, Lennox Point Hotel, 9.30pm

DR BOB, Lennox Head Bowlo, 7.30pm

BROADFOOT, Bangalow Hotel, 7.30pm

GOLDEN SOUND, Beach Hotel, Byron, 9.30pm

THE FLOATING BRIDGES, The Rails, Byron, 6.30pm

THE HOLIDAYS + GOLD FIELDS, The Northern, Byron, 9pm, $18.40

SOLARSHIFT: THE LUCKY WONDERS, WHALES OF PETE, VELVET SAND, DJUAAN COCKATOO + MORE, Mullumbimby Civic Hall, 6.30pm, $15/10

Sun 17

JAZZ: CAM DE LA VEGAS & FRIENDS, Lismore City Bowlo, 2-5pm, $15/10

NERVOUS DOLL DANCING, Star Court Theatre, Lismore, 8pm, $30/25/15

BALCONY BASH: NATHAN PETERSON, Italo Club, Nth Lismore, 2pm

MEZMIC, Northern Rivers Hotel, Nth Lismore, 5pm

COUNTRY CARNA, Lismore Workers Club, 11am

SHANE WALTERS, Nimbin Hotel, 2.30pm

HAYDEN HACK INFUSION, Sphinx Rock Cafe, Mt Burrell, 1pm

FOSSIL ROCK, Tyalgum Hotel, 1.30pm

ST ANDREWS ANGLICAN CHURCH CHOIR, St Mary’s Anglican Church, Ballina, 2pm

KATHRYN HARNETT & BAND, Lennox Point Hotel, 4-7pm

THE LUCKY WONDERS, The Rails, Byron, 6.30pm

DRAPHT + MANTRA + THE TONGUE, The Northern, Byron, 8.30pm, $29

Mon 18

CASS EAGER, The Rails, Byron, 6.30pm

ST ANDREWS ANGLICAN CHURCH CHOIR, All Saint’s Anglican Church, M’bah, 6pm

Tues 19

READY TO ROCK DANCE CLASS, Ballina Masonic Hall, 7.30pm

CHRIS ARONSTEN, The Rails, Byron, 6.30pm

ANDY 1 MAN 8 INSTRUMENTS, Beach Hotel, Byron, 9pm

Wed 20

POETRY: GERALDINE BIGELOW BOOK LAUNCH, Rous Hotel, Lismore, 8.pm

15 MINUTES OF FAME, The Rails Byron, 2.30pm

GARETT KATO DUO, Beach Hotel, Byron, 9pm

EARTHQUAKE CHARITY GIG, The Northern, Byron, 7.30pm, $60.65

Thurs 21

MIKELANGELO & THE BLACK SEA GENTLEMEN, Star Court Theatre, Lismore, 7.30pm, $37/30/16.50

SYMBOLS, Tatts Hotel, Lismore, 9pm, $5

MICK DALEY’S CORPORATE RAIDERS, Gollan Hotel, Lismore, 8.30pm

SHAUN KIRK, Nimbin Hotel, 6.30pm

GLENN MASSEY, Slipway Hotel, Ballina, 7.30pm

DYLAN HAMMOND, The Rails Byron, 6.30pm

THE LYRICAL, The Northern, Byron, 8pm, $24

KOOII, Beach Hotel, Byron, 9pm

Markets

RAINBOW REGION ORGANIC MARKET (Lismore Showground), every Tues, 8-11am

FARMERS MARKET (Lismore Showground, Bangalow, Blue Knob, and Kyogle), every Sat, from 8am

LISMORE CITY CTR FARMERS MARKET (Magellan St), every Thurs, 4.30-8pm

MULLUMBIMBY MARKETS, Sat (April 16)

BYRON COMMUNITY MARKET, Sun (April 17)

NIMBIN AQUARIUS MARKETS, Sun (April 17)

UKI MARKETS, Sun (April 17)

LISMORE CAR BOOT MARKET, Sun (April 17)

BALLINA MARKETS, Sun (April 17)

Exhibitions

PLATYPUS GALLERY, CASINO, Real Art, till April 19

LISMORE REGIONAL GALLERY, The Force of Forgetting curated by Khadim Ali; The Nature of the Beast by Aris Prabawa; The Diffusion Layer by Frank Gibson; till April 23

NEXT GALLERY, LISMORE, Tandem 10 by SCU & TAFE students, till April 23

SERPENTINE GALLERY, LISMORE, Colour Our World by local artists, till April 25

BIG TIME GALLERY, DRAKE, Journeys by Annette Brown & Cedar Henderson, till April 26

NIMBIN TOWN HALL, Nimbin Autumn Arts Extravaganza by local artists, till April 26

ARMISTEAD’S GALLERY, LISMORE, Some Things With Wings by Melanie de Boehmler, till April 30

BLISS CAFÉ, G’BAH, Exhibition by Bernadette Webster, till April 30

BANGALOW HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM, Women in War: How Pin-Up Girls Inspired Opur Troops; Auatralians and The Russian Intervention: ANZACS in Archangel; till April 30.

NR COMMUNITY GALLERY, BALLINA, Loud by young artists, till May 1; Amazing Stories: Hidden Histories of the Ballina Shire


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