Esperance in for an epic weekend of music

The Lineup: Catch Grace Sanders and Ruby May on Saturday, October 13, at Club 75 Vol.4. Photo: Supplied.
The Lineup: Catch Grace Sanders and Ruby May on Saturday, October 13, at Club 75 Vol.4. Photo: Supplied.

An epic weekend of music lies just around the corner.

Head over to The Esperance Motor Hotel on Friday, October 12th, to catch a stunning line-up of local acts all for the best of causes.

Kicking off at 7pm Hell Raiser Fundraiser seeks to raise funds to support local musician Heather Jaarola in her treatment of leukaemia.

Heather and Essa known as ‘The Tipsy Jipsys’ have performed many gigs within the local community and it makes sense that local musicians and The Esperance Motor Hotel come together to support the pair.

The night sees a spectacular line-up of music with Karen and Bernie, Campbell Garratt, Diesel Crawford, The Billy Baxter Kentet, The Lazy Boys and Axess Denied all set to take to the stage.

Entry for the evening will be $5 and there will be multiple fundraising opportunities throughout the night, with a silent auction and raffles to be won.

Hope to see you all down there.

Saturday October 13th sees Club 75 Vol.4 kick off at The Cannery with a cracking line-up featuring Perth acts Grace Sanders and Ruby May and locals Rachel Vibart and Bec Schutz.

Club 75 truly is a fantastic night with The Cannery art room transformed into an intimate lounge location.

The Cannery Arts Centre art Collection will be on display in The Gallery accompanied by the screening of some ultra rad Black and White silent films.

The Cannery bar will be open and Gozlemes will be available to purchase courtesy of Livy at ‘Rolled with Love’.

Tickets are strictly limited and will cost $16 for members and $18.50 for non-members.

Dive over to www.canneryartscentre.com.au to secure your tickets.

And to round out the weekend we have a super fun Sunday Session set to take place at the Esperance Bay Yacht Club.

Catch Ruby and Grace again supported by yours truly, while enjoying a relaxed Sunday arvo overlooking the bay.

Entry for the afternoon will be free, with doors opening from 3pm and tunes from 4pm.

All funds from the sale of food for the day will go towards the running of the junior sailing program.

Catch you all there.