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Valley Folk 2019

Source: Valley Folk
Posted: 15 Jan 2019
Join us at the historic Yarramalong School of Arts Hall for a wonderful evening of live music on Saturday the 13th of April featuring the multi award winning PJ O'Brien band and one of Australia's best talents, Owen Campbell.

Set amongst the charm and character of the circa 1904 hall in the picturesque Yarramalong Valley, just 15 minutes from Tuggerah, Valley Folk is a volunteer run boutique music event not to be missed!

Sit back and enjoy the fantastic food available for purchase on the night, from the Award winning caterers, Koshari Korner, with BYO drinks and nibbles, whilst listing to one of Australia's best singer songwriter and guitarist's, Owen Campbell, before dancing the night away with the multi award winning PJ O'Brien band.

Owen Campbell

Owen Campbell is undoubtedly one of Australia's finest performers, a master of the slide guitar, with a songwriting ability that belies his years. Owen Campbell has toured the world with his music and had top ten hits spanning his albums, "Sunshine Road", "The Pilgrim" and "Breathing Bullets", both in Australia and abroad in Canada, the USA and New Zealand. A highlight at the National Folk Festival, Wollombi Music festival and Blues on Broadbeach, to name a few, we can't wait to have Owen Campbell perform at our very own Valley Folk event!

PJ O'Brien band

We are stoked to be bringing the multi award winning, PJ O'Brien and his all star band to the historic Yarramalong School of Arts Hall for the first time! Having won Best Blues Artist at the Music Oz awards, Performer of the Year (Sydney Blues Society), and Semi - finalists at the 2017 International Blues Music Challenge in Memphis, the PJ O'Brien band are one of Australia's best blues acts. With their latest album, "Jefferson Blues", debuting at No. 1 and spending the next four months in the top 3, The PJ O'Brien band are ready to bring the Valley Folk crowd to their feet with their soulful vocals and Chicago Blues beat.


Valley Folk 2019

Date:
Saturday 13th April 2019

Time:
Doors open at 6pm with music until late.

Venue:
Yarramalong School of Arts Hall, 1640 Yarramalong Rd, Yarramalong NSW 2259

Tickets:
Early bird Tickets cost just $25 (Adults),  $10 (Children under 16yrs), with all proceeds after costs going towards the upkeep of the historic hall.

 
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