Tathra's Eternity Festival features five bands for $5 to raise funds for park's solar panels

The Eternity Festival's bands (from top left) are Surg, Triply, Sam the Wise and Anactoria, The Hops and Reckless. Pictures: Supplied
The Eternity Festival's bands (from top left) are Surg, Triply, Sam the Wise and Anactoria, The Hops and Reckless. Pictures: Supplied

Five bands have joined together for an afternoon of music in Tathra and to raise money for the town's AFL and cricket clubs, with funds to be put towards more solar panels at Lawrence Park.

The Eternity Festival will host five bands for five hours for $5, featuring bands Surge, Sam the Wise and Anactoria, The Hops, Reckless and Triply.

Surge are an up-and-coming avant-garde ukulele band with attitude, while Reckless are makers of mischief and mayhem from musical madmen.

The Hops are made up of Noel Whittmen, Brooke Marshal, Kass Fenton and Damian Picone who combine local talent and songwriting skills to come up with a thought-provoking set list, while Triply is a band of funk soul brothers from Southern NSW that are devoted to creating unique sounds that combine many musical influences and different instruments.

Finally, Sam the Wise and Anactoria weave together modern and traditional, mellow and energetic, soul-searching and soul-shaking songs with subtle synthesis, blurring the line between acoustic and electronic.

Both experienced solo artists in their own right, they have come together to share the multi-instrumental musical chemistry they have been cooking up; an intimate explosion of new songs to feast your ears on.

The Eternity Festival will kick off on Sunday, November 22 from 2pm at Lawrence Park which is at 128 Bega St, Tathra.

Bookings are essential and numbers are restricted to 500 people.

Make sure you get in quick as the $5 tickets are getting close to being sold out, to purchase click here.

Bring your own chairs or picnic rug to the COVID-19 safe event, food and alcohol will be on sale.

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