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Jul 20

Chase The Sun

Chase The Sun

King of epic blues rock, Chase The Sun is back in the hot seat with a national tour and new music on the horizon; this is a show not to be missed by lovers of loud blues guitar and blazing hard funk played with a cranking 70’s southern rock feel.

8:00pm (doors 7:00), tickets

Email: [email protected]

Address:
Harmonie German Club
49 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah

Phone: 0419607710

Aug 03

International Blues Music Day 2024

International Blues Music Day 2024

Canberra Blues Society celebrates the 12th International Blues Music Day with 9 fantastic acts on 2 stages. Hot Rod display from 12 noon, busking and specialty market stalls from 1:00pm.

Music from 3:00pm in the Zeppelin Room and 3:30pm in The Keller Bar.

• Minnie and the Moonrakers
• Typical Drew
• The Stage Invaders
• Big Mam & the Medicine Man
• Garth Prentice & the Black Sheep Blues Band
• Aaron Pollock
• The Marvellous Hearts
• The McNaMarr Project
• Shane Pacey Trio

Over 7 hours of live Blues music!!! Fabulous raffle prizes and CBS members’ lucky door prize.

12 noon - 10:30pm, tickets

Address:
Harmonie German Club
49 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah

Phone: 0419 607 710

Aug 03

The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Millions of viewers and listeners worldwide invite The Choir of King's College, Cambridge into their homes every Christmas Eve for the annual broadcast of their iconic Nine Lessons and Carols service. Now we invite you to experience this historic ensemble live, at Llewellyn Hall, in their first visit since their sell out tour of 2019.

The Choir will perform Stravinsky's Mass for choir and double wind quintet, a moving and deeply personal search for meaning, alongside the rich harmonies of Gabrieli’s O Magnum Mysterium. An unmissable event.

Integral to their performance is a work commissioned from Australian composer Damian Barbeler, working with a text by Judith Nangala Crispin (a descendent of the Bpangerang people), which weaves a new tapestry from the threads of history, a dialogue in radiant song.

7:00pm, tickets

Address:
Llewellyn Hall
Acton

Sep 24

Charlie Musselwhite @ the German Club

Charlie Musselwhite @ the German Club

The return of legendary American artist Charlie Musselwhite for a run of not-to-be-missed Australian dates in September! Grammy-Award winning Musselwhite will be bringing his excellent touring band with him for the tour: Kid Andersen on guitar, June Core on drums and Randy Bermudes on bass.

7:30-10:00pm (doors 6:30pm), tickets

Address:
Harmonie German Club
49 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah

Nov 02

Eric Idle, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

Eric Idle, Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

Prepare for an evening of laughter and nostalgia with the incomparable Eric Idle as he presents his one-man musical extravaganza: Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, Live! Join us at Llewellyn Hall for a show that combines humour, music, and a lifetime of unforgettable stories.

8:00pm, tickets

Address:
Llewellyn Hall, ANU

Nov 22

Professor Alice Roberts, from Cell to Civilisation

Professor Alice Roberts, from Cell to Civilisation

This is the story of us. Our story started 3.8 billion years ago. Who are we? Where do we come from? What does it mean to be human?

By peering deep into our past and dragging clues out into the light, science can now provide us with some of the answers to the questions that people have always asked. From the first spark of life on earth 3.8 billion years ago, we can track the evolution and connectivity of all living things.

Join Professor Alice Roberts to follow in the footsteps of our ancestors from Africa into Asia and around the Indian coastline, to Australia, north into Europe and Siberia, and, eventually, to the last continents to be peopled: the Americas.

7:30pm, tickets

Address:
Llewellyn Hall,
Acton

Nov 28

Hoodoo Gurus: Back to the Stoneage

Hoodoo Gurus: Back to the Stoneage

Originally released in March 1984, Stoneage Romeos, was the Gurus’ debut album and featured the hits Leilani, Tojo, My Girl and I Want You Back. It reached #29 on the Australian Album Chart and the album went on to win Best Debut Album at the 1984 Countdown Awards. Stoneage Romeos has consistently appeared in the Top 10 on almost every Top 50 and Top 100 Australian album lists. The Back to the Stoneage 2024 national tour will see the band play the Stoneage Romeos album in full followed by a selection of hit songs and album tracks.

With special guests Spy V Spy.

7:30pm, tickets

Address:
Llewellyn Hall, ANU

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