Australia’s top hip-hop dance and pop music group will be coming to Merimbula this Easter.
David Willis Entertainment will proudly present the explosive and dynamic Justice Crew at Magic Mountain for one night only on Thursday, April 13.
Justice Crew formed in 2009 originally as a dance troupe and rose to fame the following year, as winners of the fourth season of Australia's Got Talent.
Some of their hits include “And Then We Dance”, their debut single, and “Friday to Sunday” and their 2014 hit, “Que Sera” which rewrote the Australian history books, spending nine weeks at number one on the ARIA Singles chart.
Tickets are $69 for general admission and can be purchased online via the Magic Mountain website.
Dead Singer Band
The unique tribute act, Dead Singer Band will be returning to Club Sapphire, Merimbula, on Friday April, 14 after an impressive performance last year.
This live rock-u-mentary features AV presentations with footage of Australia's legendary singers from the past, and interviews from family members and friends.
The band members are themselves are also a part of the Aussie music scene, with the drummer, Colin Burgess, having played in ACDC.
With authentic renditions of their music, the band is proud to honour the legacy of a prime selection of Australia’s singing icons.
Fans of Billy Thorpe, Stevie Wright, Jon English, Ray Brown, Shirley Strachan, Bon Scott, Doc Neeson, and more, will love the visual and aural montage that Dead Singer Band delivers.
Club Sapphire on Friday, April 14. $20 Members, $25 Non-members. This is an 18 and over event and doors open at 8pm.
The Figmentz’ Soul Shakedown
Back by popular demand, the Figmentz with their new show Soul Shakedown will perform at Club Sapphire on Saturday, April 15.
The Figmentz, Andy, Ken, Dave and John, are a fabulous band combining tight harmonies and great musicianship every time they perform.
They are joined by Collen Spillane and Stacey Mills singing up a storm and bringing soul filled dance grooves a plenty.
The icing on the cake is the incredible Martha Baartz and Paul Williamson – two of Australia’s greatest.
This is music for a party, sing along, dance and have a blast. It’s a Soul Shakedown Party with soul hits from the classics to the present time.
Tickets $20. Doors 8pm. This is an 18+ event.
Latin Spirit, a festival of exquisite flamenco and tango rhythms performed by some of its finest Australian and international proponents is on this Easter weekend, Saturday, April 15 and Sunday April 16.
Headlining the festival is a performance by one of Australia’s finest baritones, Jose Carbo will perform songs from his tango and Spanish music album on the Sunday afternoon.
The Latin Spirit festival will be on April 15-16 at the Four Winds site in Barragga Bay and the Bermagui Community Centre.
Carbo will perform at a concert on the Sunday from 12noon at Four Winds alongside Rasa Duende and Bandaluzia.
For tickets or more information, visit www.fourwinds.com.au.
On Easter Sunday, April 16 there will be a folk rock concert on the lawns of the Seahorse Inn to support the Wanderer Replica Project.
This is a free event but guests are asked for a gold coin donation to contribute to build the project.
Frock ‘n’ Troll will headline the event which will run from 12noon until 3pm.There will be a jumping castle, Easter bunny, a Magician and wine tasting. Bring your own instruments and join the fun by playing or singing along.
The concert is suitable for all ages. For more contact Jon Gaul 0414 603 133 or Helen Clothier 0402 216 020.
Sydney Welsh Choir
The Sapphire Coast Music Society will welcome back the internationally-acclaimed Sydney Welsh Choir at Easter.
They last appeared in the area five years ago, singing to a sell-out crowd.
The Sydney Welsh Choir was formed in 1978. Its members share a love of singing and the bond created by performing an extensive repertoire of music that includes a mixture of Welsh songs and hymns, excerpts from the classics and timeless folk songs from around the world.
The choir will perform from 2.30pm on Sunday, April 16 at the Wolumla Hall, Wolumla. Tickets are $25 with accompanied children under 16 free. A Welsh-style afternoon tea will be provided after the concert.
Dubbed the Jimi Hendrix of the Hammond Organ, Lachy Doley is the most celebrated Blues Soul Rock Organ Player in the world today. A player who can pump, pamper and occasionally pound the most unbelievable sounds from a keyboard: sounds that are intense, ferocious and sometimes transcendent.
Recently going viral on Facebook with videos clocking up millions of views. His version of the Bill Wither’s classic Use Me is now sitting at 1.7million views alone.
He will be performing at Club Sapphire on Sunday, April 16 (Easter Sunday). Doors open 8pm. This is a 15+ event. Tickets: Member $15 or $20 for non-members.