Entertainment

This week's Clarence Valley gig guide

FIND out what is happening on the live entertainment scene across the Clarence Valley this week with our gig guide.

Today/Tonight

  •  Marcus Chad, Grafton Hotel, 11.30am-2.30pm
  •  Power House, Jacaranda Hotel, Grafton, 2-7pm
  •  Ben Francis Band, Clocktower Hotel, Grafton, 3-6pm
  •  Adam Brown, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 8.30pm

Tomorrow

  •  Shannon Noll, Yamba Bowling Club ($36 pre-sold), 8pm
  •  Daniel Tuite, GDSC On the Deck, 5-8pm
  •  Ashleigh Mannax and Crooked Saints (Triple J bands from Sydney), Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 8pm
  •  Sky Daddy, Yamba Shores Tavern, 8.30pm
  •  Sons of Fortune, Harwood Hotel, 8pm
  •  Wormz and the Earlybyrdz, Great Northern Hotel, South Grafton, night show
  •  Open jam (feat. Mostaccio), Naked Bean, South Grafton, 9pm
  •  Venetian Carnival, Memorial Park, Grafton, 6-9pm

Saturday

  •  Grafton TAFE Contemp Music CD Launch - Groove Therapy, 9am-mid afternoon
  •  Ryan Martin, GDSC On the Deck, 5-8pm
  •  Barwick, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 9.30pm
  •  Recharge DJs, Yamba Shores Tavern, 9pm
  •  Three metal bands (see story this page), $10 entry, Great Northern Hotel, South Grafton, 7.30pm

Sunday

  •  Marshall, Pacific Hotel, Yamba, 2.30pm
  •  Little Fish and Jam Session, Yamba Bowling Club, 2-6pm

Tuesday (Melbourne Cup)

  •  Yamba Shores Tavern, bookings required for Shores Restaurant, lucky door prizes, fashion parades, live music, sweeps. $50 per head, bookings by table
  •  Yamba Bowling Club, ladies day (men welcome too), seafood buffet, fashion parade, glass of champagne, $30 per head from 11am
  •  Maclean Services Club, lunch specials, sweeps, $2 champagne glasses, TAB assistance, prizes for best dressed and best hat
  •  Roches Hotel, Grafton, free glass of bubbly with meals, sweeps, fashion on field comp, make-up touch-ups on offer, prizes, tables decorated for bookings

Coming soon

  •  Cross the Country - Luke Austen, Luke Dickens, Friday, November 9, GDSC
  •  Fair Dinkum Country Music Roundup, Grafton Showground, November 5-11
  •  Sneaky Sound System, GDSC, November 24 ($20 members, $25 non-members)

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