Winter Music Series set to finish with a bang

Winter wonder: The Southern River Band will arrive in Esperance to perform, courtesy of a partnership with Cole Bishop and The Cannery Arts Centre. Photo: Supplied.
Winter wonder: The Southern River Band will arrive in Esperance to perform, courtesy of a partnership with Cole Bishop and The Cannery Arts Centre. Photo: Supplied.

We enjoyed another super fun weekend, with a great open mic at The Cannery on Friday, which was followed up by two fantastic bands in Savanah and The Strays and Carpark Social at The Pier Hotel on Saturday.

Surprisingly, winter is nearing its end, as soon as it starts it seems over.

We have a few more gigs left in The Cannery Winter series, supported by The Rotary Club Of Esperance Bay, and our next one promises to be an absolute ripper.

Friday, August 23, sees our third Club 75 series at The Cannery Arts Centre, with a golden line-up that is set to bring our cosy pop up lounge to life.

Sunday Lemonade swing into Esperance for the weekend on the WA leg of their tour.

The duo, based in Victoria, purvey a classy laid-back sound characterised by vocal harmonies and sweet guitar tones.

We're absolutely stoked to have the duo at The Cannery.

If you're interested in checking them out jump onto their Facebook page, they have a myriad of stunning videos.

We have had a small line-up change, with Rachel Vibart swapping out and Josh Adam from The Silent Keys joining the cast.

Josh has been working locally and I'm wrapped to be able to swing this brilliant singer-songwriter a set.

Esperance favourites Demi Vandenberghe, Josh Thomas, Pete McMahon and Dave Simpson will round out the evening in style.

What a brilliant line-up!

Livvy at 'Rolled with Love' will be serving up tasty treats, and the Cannery's bar will be open for all your beverage requirements.

Tickets are selling fast, so get yours at www.canneryartscentre.com.au

And, just a little further around the corner, we have the mighty Southern River Band. I have been thrashing their tunes for the past few months.

I love this band and am stoked to bring them to Esperance, in partnership with Cole Bishop and The Cannery Arts Centre.

If you want to have one heck of a live music experience, grab one of the 50 tickets left.

This one is going to sell out, and with local legend Roobs heading back to Esperance to jump on the line-up, The Washing Line Economy, and my lil trio Grand Casual on the bill, this one will be nothing short of epic.

If you're keen, jump online right now and grab yourself a ticket at www.canneryartyscentre.com.au

You won't regret it!

You'll certainly regret it if you wait another fortnight, as there will be no tickets left.