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Quartet and dancers at concert

Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club will come alive with the talents of Ron and Maureen Sudden this Sunday.
Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club will come alive with the talents of Ron and Maureen Sudden this Sunday. Contributed

THE Tweed Links Music Club is raring to go again this year with its annual concert.

Starting this coming Sunday at 2pm at the Coolangatta Tweed Heads Golf Club, the main auditorium will explode with the sounds of the Tweed Links Quartet and Dancers compered by Bob Green.

A musical variety concert will see guest artists Ron and Maureen Sudden from Melbourne perform.

They will be supported by Genevieve and Gianluca on piano and vocals.

Vocals duo Ben and Jeremy Beamish will grace the stage with a variety of songs, with guitar and perfect harmonies.

Admission is $6 for members and $10 for visitors.

Phone Elaine for more details on 07 5594 6412 or visit the club's website.



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