Stars Come out to Play

Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia), December 4, 2013 | Go to article overview

Stars Come out to Play


Byline: LESLEY APPS

Holiday music checklist

December 13: Bombs Away, Plantation Hotel

December 20: Ruby Rose, Plantation Hotel

December 21: Uncle Jed at Sawtell RSL

December 31: Jon English's Trilogy of Rock, Sawtell RSL

January 2: Amber Lawrence + Jason Owen, C.ex Coffs

January 9: Jessica Mauboy, C.ex Coffs

January 8: Kingswood + Calling All Cars, Hoey Moey

January 10: Mat McHugh (Beautiful Girls), Hoey Moey

January 11: Pseudo Echo, Hoey Moey

January 12: John Waters' Looking Through A Glass Onion, Sawtell RSL

January 15: Karnivool + Dead Letter Circus, C.ex Coffs

January 18: Busby Marou, Hoey Moey

IN AMONG the festive and holiday activities, Coffs Coast revellers and visitors will have a chance to catch some the biggest musical acts in the country including some ARIA winners/nominees as they arrive en masse over the December/January period.

In December you have the chance to see some of the hottest DJ acts including ARIA nominees Bombs Away and the intriguing Ruby Rose among other big touring acts at the Plantation Hotel.

They kick off their head-spinning line-up this weekend with Nick Skitz on Saturday night.

C.ex Coffs will be bringing in the big guns in January with a concert by ARIA winner Jessica Mauboy and country music star Amber Lawrence with special guest, 2012 X-Factor runner-up Jason Owen.

Fans of the show may remember Jason was pipped by pop starlet Samantha Jade was also took home an ARIA this week.

Those of you who like your music on the heavier side will be in heaven when hard rock architects and winners of best hard rock/heavy metal ARIA Karnivool team up with Dead Letter Circus for a show at C.ex Coffs in early 2014 as part of their Polymorphism tour.

Retro music lovers will be in their element when Pseudo Echo "version 2014" arrives at the Hoey Moey in January with original member Brian Canham still out in front (albeit with a lot tamer hairstyle these days). …

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