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Gig Guide

David Knight will be playing at the Bucca Hotel this Sunday.
David Knight will be playing at the Bucca Hotel this Sunday. Contributed

Today 

1. Open mic jam session

DETAILS: The Globe Hotel, Perry St. from 7.30pm

 

2. Heat 7 World Karaoke Championships

DETAILS: The Railway Hotel, Perry St.

 

3. Tony Worsely

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

 

4. Able Magwitch

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club, Takalvan St.

5. Rock 'n' Rollers

DETAILS: Burnett Bowls Club, cnr George and Mulgrave Sts.

Tomorrow

1. Matt Barker

DETAILS: The Club Hotel, cnr Bourbong and Tantitha Sts.

2. Flame

DETAILS: South Kolan Hotel, Gin Gin Rd, South Kolan.

3. Boogie Bros

DETAILS: Western Suburbs Leagues Club, Avoca Rd.

4. JR

DETAILS: The Railway Hotel, Perry St.

5. Famous Unknowns

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

6. Able Magwitch

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club, Takalvan St.

7. Andy McCann

DETAILS: Burnett Bowls Club, cnr George and Mulgrave Sts.

Saturday

1. Matt Barker Band

DETAILS: The Club Hotel, cnr Bourbong and Tantitha Sts.

2. JR

DETAILS: Western Suburbs Leagues Club, Avoca Rd.

3. Latitude 25 Music

DETAILS: Alloway Country Club, Goodwood Rd.

4. Famous Unknowns

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St.

5. Bonnie and Clyde

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club, Takalvan St.

6. Bundy's Search for a Star Grand Final

DETAILS: Moncrieff Theatre, Bourbong St. From 7pm. Tickets available at the box office.

7. Bundaberg Symphony Orchestra Concert

DETAILS: Shalom College Performing Arts Precinct, Fitzgerald St. Tickets at the door.

Sunday

1. Carl Wocker

DETAILS: The Club Hotel, cnr Bourbong and Tantitha Sts.

2. Matt Barker

DETAILS: The Club Hotel, cnr Bourbong and Tantitha Sts.

3. David Knight

DETAILS: Bucca Hotel, North Bucca Rd. From 1pm.

4. Aiming High

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St. From midday-4pm

5. Les Spann

DETAILS: The Waves, Miller St. From 4.30-8.30pm.

6. Alex

DETAILS: Brothers Sports Club, Takalvan St.

Wednesday

1. Just Rock

DETAILS: Avenell Heights Hall, Thabeban.

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