A stylish, unique concert
Today is your last chance to get your tickets for the Gypsy Jazz Picnic as South West Music’s 2018 Concert Series comes to a swinging conclusion with Lolo Lovina at Boonoke Station this Saturday.
A free, family-friendly community concert on Saturday night, held as part of this year’s Strawberry Fields Festival in Tocumwal, aims to give those who aren’t attending the three-day festival an opportunity to catch some of the weekend’s music.
Tickets are being snapped up fast for the return of world-renowned classical guitar duo, Leonard and Slava Grigoryan, as they perform their last concert of their ‘An evening with the Grigoryan Brothers’ series.
Deniliquin CBD was overrun with trick or treaters on Wednesday where children roamed the streets in their Halloween inspired outfits as a part of the free community event ‘Mental health ... it’s not as scary as you think!’.
So charismatic was Dylan Hare’s initially fleeting involvement with the ABC program Black Comedy, the former Deniliquin man’s parts were extended for the popular program.
Famed music brothers Slava and Leonard Grigoryan will be in Deniliquin next month to make up for a performance they were forced to cancel earlier this year.
While performing in Deniliquin is not new for Fanny Lumsden, playing to the Deni Ute Muster crowd on its famed main stage was a whole new experience.
The Deni Ute Muster holds two Guinness World Records — for the most utes gathered in the one place and for its blue singlet count — but neither could be toppled this year despite great attendance.
Closing out night one of the Deni Ute Muster is no easy task, but pop-rock band Thirsty Merc did it in style.
‘‘This is so much fun, we’ll definitely have to come back.’’
All roads led to Deniliquin for the 20th birthday Ute Muster on Friday and Saturday, as it attracted about 18,000 people to the Conargo Rd site.
Musical and lyrical performances will be held throughout both days of the Deniliquin Ute Muster, with the day stage and main stage both showcasing a range of talented artists throughout the event.
Some of our most beloved and well-known characters from the big and small screen were brought to life at the 23rd Deni High School Ballroom Blitz, which was held earlier this month.
Excitement was at fever pitch yesterday afternoon as the roar of thousands of utes had already descended on Deniliquin.
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