The Line-Up: Pier to deliver exciting weekend and a chance to display some New Years talent

Sunday Sounds: Josh Adam from The Silent Keys is set to play at the Pier on December 15. Photo: Supplied.

Sunday Sounds: Josh Adam from The Silent Keys is set to play at the Pier on December 15. Photo: Supplied.

Massive shout out to the Shire of Esperance for Edge Of The Bay 2019. What an incredible day it turned out to be.

Special thanks to Amelia Fitzgerald, Sarah Moroney, Shane Tobin, Bec Seinor and Trevor Ayres. You guys where legendary in the lead up and on the day, and a pleasure as always to be involved.

Grand Casuals set to finish the day was super fun. If you didn't make it along to Edge Of The Bay 2019 make sure to lock it in your diaries for 2020.

December is a busy month all round, an influx of tourists and Esperance expats head to town for the festive season and the demand for super fun events ramps up.

I've got some great things on the horizon.

First of which falls Saturday December 14th at The Pier Hotel free entry in the front bar from 8.30pm. Catch local band Gruff as they serve up their high energy rock and roll.

These guys have been jamming hard over the past year and with the Davies boys, Jeremy Bradley and Shalem Milverton forming the line-up, you know its going to be a rocking good time.

Local lads Echo Run are back for the holidays comprising Jonah Symonds, Tye Harland, Jason Mayfield, Simon Poole and Joey Franzone on the drums. In the past these guys have thrown together some super gold jams, and paved the way for groovy evenings all round.

Keen to see what they have in store for us.

Simon Poole will open the night with his signature cruisy acoustic vibes and the main man DJ Nevster will have your party vibes sorted to finish the night out with a banging DJ set. Hope to see you all there.

Head back to The Pier hotel Sunday December 15th from 2pm for the SOS Sunday Session. The Pier Hotel are proud sponsors of Anger Management FLG. The Send Off Sailors (SOS) Sunday Session is hosted by the Pier and will be a relaxing afternoon of live tunes, tall stories and little bit of Mount Gay Rum.... Head on down and have a chat to the team about last year's race, this year's plans or just for a rum or two.

The team are headed back East for the 75th anniversary of The Sydney to Hobart race.

Catch Kyza, The Silent Keys, and Myles Mitchell performing some chill acoustic tunes while showing your support for our local sailing team.

For all the performers out there an exciting opportunity is just around the corner. New Year's 2019 sees The Rotary Club of Esperance Bay gearing up for their fantastic event the Esperance Foreshore New Year's Festival and Fireworks.

Over the past few years the Esperance Talent Quest has become a brilliant element of the event, with the number of performers and attendees increasing each year.

With some epic cash prizes up for grabs and the opportunity to perform to a super fun crowd who wouldn't want to be involved.

Performers are sought from all mediums, so whether you're a solo acoustic artist, poet, juggler, violinist, comedian there is a place for you all.

If you're interested in getting involved entry forms can be found at The Cannery Arts Centre, Flame, Esperance Community Arts, Esperance Visitor Centre, Thorp Realty, Esperance Resource centre or by emailing

Entries close 5pm December 27th and should be emailed to