Weekend gig guide

Country Life Hotel

TONIGHT at Kin Kin, Col Noble takes the stage from 7pm to 11pm. Country rock artist Kyle Cole performs there for the first time on Sunday from 1pm.


LOCAL live music in the Irish Bar tonight with Lee T-Bone Turner from 7pm ‘til late. Doors open at 4pm, no cover charge. Free pool and juke box on Saturday nights and APL Poker league on Thursday nights from 6pm.

Mt Pleasant Hotel

BE entertained by Karen Thomsen on Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5pm.

Jockey Club Hotel

SPOOKY spirits will be at the Jockey's Halloween party on Saturday night. The jukebox will be running hot and the best-dressed will win prizes. All the action starts at 6pm.

Empire Hotel

SING like no one's listening with StarTrax Karaoke Thursday nights from 8.45pm.


GIRLS Night In tonight from 6.30pm (see below) with popular dance band Swizzle on the main stage and Saturday sees 181 Duo performing.

The Royal

FRIDAY Arvo Session with Split Nickel in Rosco's Sports Bar from 5pm. Lee T-Bone Turner plays Saturday night from 8pm.

Tea Gardens

SOCIAL darts and pool at Silky Oaks tonight. And head out for the Sunday arvo session with live entertainment from noon to 4pm. Don't forget every Thursday is musos' jam night, PA supplied.

Theebine Hotel

THE Australian Institute of Country Music presents the Bandicoots, The Institute and The Black Hats on Sunday from 1pm.

Country Club

LOCAL songstress Karen Thomsen takes the stage on Friday from 7pm. Be entertained on Saturday night with The Rock Show from 7pm.

Kandanga Hotel

DON'T miss the Melbourne Cup Calcutta on Sunday from 2pm.

Imbil Golf Club

TEE off from 9pm on Saturday at the Imbil Golf Club for the Gympie Children's Ward charity golf day.

Gunalda Hotel

MUSOS jam session from 2pm Sunday.

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