In just over a fortnight, world class acts including NZ dub legends, Salmonella Dub; US Dylan-esque singer/songwriter, Joe Pug; Gomez’s guitar shredding, Ben Ottewell and Australia’s much loved Mama Kin and Spender (to name a mere few) will grace the stages of Bellingen for the third annual Bello Winter Music.
Maggie Quirk Three weeks to go Bellingen! Bello Winter Music is once again calling on local businesses to enter the annual Window Dressing Competition for a chance to win tickets to the festival.
The vodka-swilling men’s choir from Mullumbimby, Dustyesky, aren’t letting their wildfire fame currently sweeping across the motherland get in the way of singing to the proletariat at Bello Winter Music (6-9 July).
Tracey Fairhurst Bands from across NSW converged on the Hastings for the Big Band Blast festival.
Melbourne duo ‘Broads’ have announced a national tour, in support of their debut album Vacancy, and Bellingen is included on their schedule.
Crighton’s upcoming show will be a musical feast for those who attend, with each intimate evening presenting more than two hours of music and a range of special guests.
With less than seven weeks to go, the 2017 Bello Winter Music opening night, from 6.30pm on Thursday, July 6, will be one not to be missed, with a cracking showcase of top notch musicians and the always popular Mandy Nolan as MC.
Áine Tyrrell will be bring the magic of her latest single “Don't Be Left Crying” to the stage at 5 Church Street, on Saturday, June 3.
Ian Yates He’s been pushing our belly laugh buttons for around 45 years.
On the program are special guests pianist Mei Wei Lim, and violinist Lachlan Wilkins.
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