Sunday at the Rock

Amanda Driessen will sing with Sea Shanti when they perform at Sphinx Rock Caf this Sunday. Natalie Weir will also play.

From across the border in the Gold Coast hinterland come two goddesses of song bringing their tribal vibes and songs of the heart to the funky Sphinx Rock Caf at Mount Burrell this Sunday, October 29.

Natalie Weir performs her country folk songs from 1pm while Sea Shanti, featuring the voice and songs of Amanda Driessen (and the tribal stylings of the Three Worlds scene on the Gold Coast), will groove from 3pm.

This is the first time both acts have performed in NSW.

Theres good food and drinks available in this most pleasant of venues.

Sphinx Rock Caf is on the Mbah-Kyogle road at Mount Burrell, north of the Nimbin turnoff.

Its free.

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