It's an interesting environment on the Live Music front currently in Esperance.
With the Motor Hotel closed, and a number of venues feeling the pinch of Winter, there are really only two locations with a great deal of activity.
I'd like to give thanks to The Pier Hotel for ramping up their live music output and filling a space much needed in the local community.
Adam and Tim have been great to work with and I'm stoked to say that there are plenty of dates on the horizon brought to you by KyzaPresents.
First of which is Savannah and the Strays, supported by local legends Carpark Social on Saturday, August 10.
More on that one a little closer to the date.
The Cannery Arts Centre Winter program has been keeping me on my toes, as soon as one event passes I feel I'm rushing to promote the next.
It has been fantastic to see the local community get behind the Cannery through all workshops, exhibitions and Live Music events.
A big thank you to The Rotary Club Of Esperance Bay for supporting the Winter Series, and cheers to Garry Wilson and his crew for a fantastic sausage sizzle at our last Open Mic.
One of the hardest parts of my job is spacing out promotion in a way that the audience is able to delineate between all the events I'm involved in.
Creating awareness of events and then welcoming people to attend is an art in itself and I can guarantee I'm no pro.
There are multiple music-based activities happening at The Cannery before the end of July.
I'm going to give the most succinct details and look forward to seeing some familiar faces in the crowd.
Super busy on the Grand Casual front.
Grand Casual are launching our new single "The Sound" on Saturday, July 20, (available on all platforms) and to mark the occasion we are hosting a single launch soiree in the Cannery Lounge Bar with support from Tom Clark and Bodes.
Tickets are $16.50+bf (which is bang on considering the event is BYO beverages) numbers strictly limited.
This is an 18+ event, ages 15+ to be accompanied by an adult.
Livvy has your dinner sorted with tasty gozlemes available to purchase.
Grab yourself a ticket at www.grandcasual.com.
The Cannery Arts Centre Winter Series rolls on with a cracking free workshop on offer.
Kieran Doherty of Esperance Audio Productions is set to present an introduction to Live Sound at The Cannery Arts Centre on Thursday, July 25, from 6-7pm.
This one is free to the public, all welcome. Big thanks again to The Rotary Club Of Esperance Bay for their support.
Friday, July 26, 6am until10am sees something super special at The Cannery Arts Centre with Russell Woolf and Nadia Mitsopolous of ABC Perth live broadcasting there breaky show from the location.
Head down for a classic start to the day.
Upward Spiral Roasting will be serving up hot coffee and bacon and egg rolls will be on offer to purchase courtesy of the Gibson Tigers and Newtown Football Clubs, shall be super fun.
And finally, (yep a busy two weeks) we have Club 75 Vol.2 2019 falling on July 27 from 6pm in the Cannery Pop Up Lounge Bar.
We have a fantastic line-up with Emily Altieri, Dan Seinor, Tim Currie, Mary Leske and Bruce Fitzpatrick set to take the stage.
Our Club 75 evenings are stunning, acoustic music set to a brilliantly lighted, intimate lounge setting.
With the Cannery bar open and Esperance Sri Lankan Taste serving up there gorgeous rotis, what is not to love.
This one is selling well and with the first selling out four days prior to the event now is the time to act.
Tickets are $15 for Non Cannery members and $12.50 for Cannery members.
Grab yours while you can from www.canneryartscentre.com.au.