Massive, Broken English, Pablo Pace, Sunday Sesh @ Albury SS&A
Melbourne rock outfit Massive are bringing their hard rock sound back to the Border for the first time since 2015. While that show from three years ago lives in infamy, they won't be alone in causing a bit of a ruckus – local bands Broken English and Pablo Pace are joining them on the bill. Massive burst onto the scene in 2013 when their first album, Full Throttle, was featured in Classic Rock Magazine, resulting in their first European tour and, closer to home, a supporting run with The Screaming Jets.
Mechelle Bounpraseuth: Westside Story, MAMA
If you haven’t had a chance to see Sydney artist Mechelle Bounpraseuth's exhibit Westside Story yet, this weekend is your last chance to do so. Bounpraseuth creates ceramic still life pieces inspired by her childhood as a first-generation Australian in Sydney's south-west. She uses mundane household objects, such as cupboards filled with fish sauce, empty Nescafe jars filled with MSG, Vegemite, and Gravox to illustrate the Laotian and Australian influences on her upbringing.
A Night of Bollywood – Banquette Hall - Albury Entertainment Centre. Tix $35 at the door.
They say a singer dances within, and a dancer sings within. To accomplish both is a rare feat, but it's one Parvyn Singh achieves with ease. The final leg of the Cafe Culture series for 2018, A Night of Bollywood is a celebration of both traditional and contemporary Indian culture. Classical dance will be contrasted by vibrant Bollywood themes and traditional musics on tabla and sitar.
Milawa Gourmet Region Producers Market, The Crossroads
If you feel up for a drive in the weekend sun, head for the Crossroads in Milawa. Their summer gourmet market is on this weekend – a perfect chance to stock up on tasty Christmas treats.
RAPA and PROjection Dance School end of year performances. The Cube, Saturday
Catch two shows from some of the Border's best up and coming dancers. Catch ‘A Night At The Movies’ from 2pm, or come later for 'Don Quixote’ at 7pm. Tickets are $25, or $70 for families.
Kisstroyer, Albury SS&A, Saturday
One of Australia's most prominent tribute acts will make their way to the Border on Saturday night. Paying tribute to the work of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer and and Eric Singer, Kisstroyer is a show not to be missed for true fans of the band behind hits like Rock and Roll All Nite.
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