Entertainment

Plenty of live entertainment in Gympie region this weekend

HEADLINERS: Taxiride is one of the headline acts for the free Rush Concert on Sunday evening in Nelson Reserve.
HEADLINERS: Taxiride is one of the headline acts for the free Rush Concert on Sunday evening in Nelson Reserve.

THURSDAY

Billy's

You're the star at karaoke with Alpha from 8.30pm.

Empire Hotel

It's Tradie's Night with the lovely ladies from Desire Entertainment from 7.30pm.

Gympie RSL

Head to the RSL for jackpot Bingo with eyes down from 6.30pm.

FRIDAY

Gympie Civic Centre

It's the Mayoresses Concert with special guests the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Head along to enjoy an evening of classical music from 7.30pm.

Gympie RSL

The main lounge of the RSL will be the place to be with covers band Antics from 7.30pm.

Mt Pleasant

Live music at the Mt Pleasant with Cliff Top from 6pm-10pm.

Railway Hotel

Head to the Railway for the Friday Night Raffles of meat trays and all sorts of goodies from 4pm, plus you have to be in it to win the $100 money train.

Rainbow Beach Hotel

The Beach will bounce with live music from Tina and Aido from 7.30-10pm.

Royal Hotel

RNB Friday's will rock again this week with DJ Glenno from 9pm- 2am

Victory Hotel

The jackpot has climbed to $1225 on Jag the Joker with only a couple of cards left so why not grab the courtesy bus from 5pm and enjoy the Friday night raffles in aid of the Gympie Gold Cricket Club?

SATURDAY

Billy's

Three piece acoustic rock group Mr Q are performing from 9.30pm at the little pub that rocks, so don't miss it.

Gympie RSL

It's 70's cover band Able Magwitch, performing all the biggest hits from the psychedelic 70s from 7.30pm.

Rainbow Beach Hotel

Rock out to Joel Makk from 7.30-10pm at the pub by the beach at Rainbow Beach.

Royal

The music will be rocking with DJ Glenno from 9pm-2am at the Royal. Don't miss it.

SUNDAY

Mt Pleasant

Chilling out will be a piece of cake with Graeme Jensen from 1pm-5pm.

Nelson Reserve

The Rush free concert will rock with music from headliners Taxiride and British India and music from 28 Days, Hoo8Hoo and The Scared Weird Little Guys. The concert runs from 5-9pm.

Rainbow Beach Hotel

Songbird Jamie Lee will help you ease into your Sunday session from midday.

Silky Oak Tea Gardens

It's Oktoberfest at the gardens with music from Billy Guy from midday. They'll be breaking out the bratwurst and kransky and swinging it with the sauerkraut. Why not join them?

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