As well as acts from Peter Harris’s stable of Live & Local musos performing at official Australia Day functions, the ongoing celebration of live music that resulted in a micro music festival in Tenterfield earlier this month is now heading to Queensland/NSW border country on Friday, January 26.
From 10.30am to 1.30pm (Qld time) pop-up musos will be performing at three venues north of the border. You could enjoy live music while you are wine-tasting at Pyramids Road Wines, or drinking fancy chocolate beverages at Heavenly Chocolate, or gorging on coffee and cake at the Wallangarra Railway Cafe. Singer Christine Davis, harpist Samantha Black and guitarist Dave Moore will be the wandering performers.
Finally at the 100-year-old Jennings Pub Mr Harris himself will be knocking out tunes on the pub’s grand piano from 6-9pm (NSW time).
The Live & Local Music Festival is funded by the NSW Government through CreateNSW and the Live Music Office, aiming to foster the development of local music-making in local venues and thereby enriching the social fabric of country living.