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Clarence Valley gig guide

JOLLY GOOD: Ambrosia Duo are playing at the Village Green Hotel this weekend.
JOLLY GOOD: Ambrosia Duo are playing at the Village Green Hotel this weekend.

Tonight

  • Who's Charlie, 8.30pm, Clocktower Hotel, Grafton.
  • Highrollers, 8pm, Maclean Hotel.
  • Jock Barnes Band, Pacific Hotel, Yamba.
  • Occa Rock, 7.30pm, South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club.
  • Mal Eastrik & Andrew Hegedus, 8pm, Village Green Hotel, Grafton.
  • The Undecided, 8pm in The Boardwalk Bar, Yamba Bowling Club.
  • Resident DJ, Yamba Shores Tavern.

Saturday

  • Heckyl and Jive, 8:30pm, Jacaranda Hotel
  • Karaoke, 7.30pm, Maclean Hotel.
  • Nocturnal Tapes, Pacific Hotel, Yamba.
  • Lazy Sunday's Duo, 7.30pm, South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club.
  • Ambrosia Duo, 8pm, Village Green Hotel, Grafton.
  • Goldilicious, Yamba Shores Tavern.

Sunday

  • Rick Fitzpatrick, Pacific Hotel, Yamba.

Coming up

  • October 19: Midnight Oil, Hockey Fields, Coffs Harbour.
  • October 19-25: Australian Film Festival, Yamba Cinema.
  • October 20: Tangle, Yamba Golf and Country Club.
  • October 20: Powerhouse, Jacaranda Hotel, Grafton.
  • October 20: Ambrosia, Yamba Bowling Club.
  • October 20: Tommy Memphis, Grafton District Services Club.
  • October 20: Spookfest, Grafton Library.
  • October 21: Richie Williams Duo, The Village Green, Grafton.
  • October 21: Jacarock, Grafton Racecourse.
  • October 21: Sabotage, Jacaranda Hotel, Grafton.
  • October 25: Vanessa Lea and the Road Train, The Village Green Hotel.
  • October 27: Lisa Hunt and band, The Village Green, Grafton.
  • October 27: Freakfest Halloween party, Roches Family Hotel, Grafton.
  • October 27: Neil Anderson, Yamba Golf and Country Club.
  • October 28: Pistol Whip, Pacific Hotel, Yamba.
  • October 29: Vanishing Shapes, Pacific Hotel, Yamba.

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