Leeroy Peterson and his gang of flair bartenders, Twisted Liquid, will create plenty of explosive cocktail action when they do their thing at the Goonellabah Tavern this Saturday night.
Leeroy Peterson and his gang of flair bartenders, Twisted Liquid, will create plenty of explosive cocktail action when they do their thing at the Goonellabah Tavern this Saturday night.

A big night for the girls!

The good people at the Goonellabah Tavern raise money for breast cancer research every year by putting on a show called Girls Night In. This Saturday, October 24, Girls Night In will feature the awesome bar talents of flair bartender and fire performer, Leeroy Peterson, with his band of barflies, Twisted Liquid.

Leeroy and his team perform across Australia and overseas - they flair (fancy drink-making moves), breathe fire, and create amazing cocktails.

“We are just so excited that Twisted Liquid is able to come and support our charity event,” event organizer Kim Berger said.

Girls Night In also features a team of Gold Coast personal stylists with the latest fashion and styling tips. The girls, in conjunction with Lismore Destiny and Sobi, will perform makeovers for four lucky guests on the night.

As well, the tavern's very own Hilltop Hotties (the pub's bartenders) are going to get their gear off (mostly) for the cause. Saucy! (Frightening even...)

And local artist Dax Golding returns from the Sydney music scene to keep the tavern pumping.

So frock up, grab your posse and head to the Goonellabah Tavern for a big night and a great cause. Tickets are available on 6625 1290 or at the door for $10 (includes pink champagne and finger food).

The fun starts at 7pm.


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