Footstomp Music and Select Music present

Busby Marou
‘Sound Of Summer Tour’

With special guest Colin Lillie

The overwhelming feeling that emanates from BUSBY MAROU is joy.
 
Tom’s playful onstage presence combined with Jeremy’s freakish instrumental ability has cemented their reputation as one of the most loved live bands to come out of Australia in recent times. They have created a completely unique vibe based on Tom’s everyman’s approach to story telling interspersed with Jeremy’s guitar virtuosity. They sell out shows everywhere from Surry Hills to Cairns and have an incredibly loyal and diverse following.
 
BUSBY MAROU have recently released their latest single “Sound Of Summer” produced by Oscar Dawson (Alex Lahey/Holy Holy).
 
This is the first single from album 4 which will be recorded in February and released in mid 2019.
Tickets available now through Oztix (in link). We have a feeling they’ll fly out the door!
Date: March 16, 2019
Time: 7pm
Cost: $40 + bf (pre-sale) $45 (door)

Striding into The Kingy on Saturday February 16, Sydney-born band The Strides have built their musical foundations on classic roots reggae with a hip-hop edge.

The bonus? This is a free event, so why not make up the difference by settling in for dinner and drinks before the show at 7pm.

See you there!

 

Sharing a passion for the music from the iconic 60s and 70s era that spawned so many enduring classic rock legends, four inspired musicians formed Late For Woodstock in 1998 to bring these classic sounds and images back to live audiences.

Now they are bringing their soulful sounds and their mantra ‘Tune In, Turn On & Rock Out’  to The Kingy for Australia Day and we’re kinda diggin’ it.

Sixteen years on and like a good wine, this band just keeps getting better with age.

Celebrate our great island nation this ‘Straya Day from 4pm with rockin live music, cold drinks and priceless coastal views.

ENTRY IS FREE!

 

Drawing influences from Jamaican Ska, Swing, Blues and big band Jazz, Pick It Up will be bringing the feel-good vibes to The Kingy on Friday 25 January from 7-10pm.

This premiere 8-piece band is making their way down the east coast from their usual Brisbane burrow, so come and groove along with one of the best in the biz.

ENTRY IS FREE!

His debut album This Was Tomorrow took Seth Sentry to the forefront of Australian hip-hop. Turning out hit single after hit single and earning him a gold record, an ARIA nomination, literally millions of YouTube views, and accolades like Channel [V] Artist Of The Year and being the first Australia hip hop artist to perform on a US talk show, when he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Now hitting the Kingy live music stage on Thursday January 24 from 7pm, this is one hot Summer event you absolutely CANNOT miss!

Tickets are only $35 + BF and are available NOW through Oztix!

 

 

Flying into The Kingy on Saturday 12 January, 88 Falcons will be rockin’ the stage from 7pm.
 
Sip back and enjoy the awesome live music, with ocean views and great company.
 
Entry is free.
Talented singer and guitarist Leigh James, is hitting the famed Kingy stage on Friday January 11 from 7pm.
 
Drawing inspiration for his unique sound from a lifelong love of melodic music be it pop, blues, jazz or folk, he is a stomp box enthusiast who loops with taste.
 
ENTRY IS FREE!
The silly season has rolled around once again and to celebrate, we’re holding our annual CRACKING CHRISTMAS RAFFLE.
 
We really are sleigh-in it this year with a huge prize pool including one of 40 x Bangalow sweet pork hams, wine, beer and spirits o’plenty, one of five x Golden Tickets to ALL live shows in 2019 and one of 10 x live music double passes (phew!).
 
Raffle tickets (only $2) go on sale Dec 1st and the lucky winners will be drawn on Sunday Dec 16th from 6pm.
 
With live entertainment by Jason Delphin from 3pm, our fresh Summer menu and our always refreshing beverages, it would be rude(olf) not to join in the festivities.
 
See you there and Merry Christmas!

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