Hervey Bay Independent : 26th March 2015
What’s on Free tickets up for grabs TWO three-day passes to this weekend’s Agnes Blues, Roots and Rock Festival, worth $260 have been made available exclusively to one lucky reader of the Hervey Bay Independent. With an exciting lineup of artists including amazing musicians such as James Southwell, Devil’s Kiosk (pictured), Kevin Borich Express, Mason Rack Band, The Bella Reunion and many other tuning up and ready to perform, the three days are jam packed with entertainment. And with the addition of rock music to the festival, the mix excites even more. The Agnes Water Blues Roots and Rock Festival will be held at the Seventeen Seventy SES Grounds from Friday to Sunday (March 27, 28 and 29). Gates open on Friday at 2pm, Saturday at 10am and Sunday at 10am. One-day passes are $80 and three-day passes are $130. The program includes a Harmonica Workshop which will now be conducted by multi award winner Jamie Symons from the Devil’s Kiosk on Saturday morning, 8.30-9.30am. SATURDAY • SeaNic Soundsat Bayswater Hotel, 7pm. • Forbidden Road at Torquay Hotel. • Uncle Arthur at Beach House, 7.30pm. • Live music with Aussie Boogaloo, adding their own twist on a mostly Australian and NZ set list. Free in the Anzac Lounge from 7.30pm. • Live music at Hervey Bay Boat Club with solo artist Trevor Judge from 4.30pm and fi ve-piece Contraband from 8pm in the Main Lounge. • Torquay Beachside Markets, 8am-2pm next to Aquavue, Torquay. SUNDAY • Live music at Bayswater Hotel with Matt Barker and Roberto from 2pm. New to the program will be a Slide Guitar Workshop with Adam Hole on Sunday morning, March 29th, 8.30-9.30am. To win two three-day passes to the festival, simply email email@example.com and tell us why you would like to go. • Bikers Against Child Abuse; ride fi nishes at Bayswater around midday with a bike display. • Live music at the Beach House Hotel with Sam Maddison from 2.30pm. • Live music with Forbidden Road at Torquay Hotel from 2pm. • Sundays Live On The Deck from 2pm at Harvey’s Bar & Bistro, Urangan Marina. • Live music with Brian Speirs from 1pm and Buddy & Roy from 6pm in the Main Lounge at Hervey Bay Boat Club. • Rob & Terry play 50’s, 60’s and 70’s from 12.30pm at Hervey Bay RSL.. For an up-to-date list of what’s happening around the Fraser Coast, visit What’s On In Hervey Bay on Facebook. Join us for the morning dolphin cruise where we look for the resident dolphins of the Bay. Cool off with some boom netting or perhaps a stroll on Fraser Island. Morning tea included. Multi award winning sail vessel Low passenger numbers Over 30 years experience with marine mammals Local marine expert “Had a wonderful trip on the Blue Dolphin. We saw lots of dolphins including a baby one. We also saw turtles, pelicans and a sea eagle. Pete and Jodie were brilliant and really made the trip. Pete’s knowledge and enthusiasm is astounding.” Alibali68 - St Andrews, United Kingdom (TripAdvisor.com.au) Call 4124 9600 or Book Online www.bluedolphintours.com.au Hervey Bay Independent, March 26, 2015 | 41 Lowest carbon footprint Morning tea Fully licensed Courtesy bus available Make a Splash on your Holidays!
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