The Mount Beauty Music Festival is back up to its weekend-long format for the first time since 2016. More than 30 artists - covering many musical genres and even standup comedy - will perform at three venues around town this weekend. Explosive duo, Z-Star Delta, featuring the electrifying award-winning frontwoman Zee Gachette deemed "one to watch" by BBC Radio 2 (drums and acoustic guitar) and guitar prodigy Sebastien Heintz, will perform on Sunday night. It's their last show before heading back to Britain.
Country legend Troy Cassar-Daley will hit the ground running when his national tour pulls into the North East. Cassar-Daley's Greatest Hits Tour celebrates three decades of country music. His acoustic show with an intimate edge is coming to Yackandandah on Sunday. Cassar-Daley's daughter with his wife and TV presenter Laurel Edwards, Jem Cassar-Daley will open the show for her dad.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, The Cube Wodonga, Saturday, April 27, 7.30pm
Laugh out loud when the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow hits town. Featuring stand-up, satire and general silliness, the line-up will tickle anyone's funny bone. Artists include Ben Knight, Georgie Carroll, Lloyd Langford, Tom Cashman and Double Denim. Stick around after the show for free canapes and drinks at bar prices. Suitable for ages 15-plus.
Wodonga Car Boot Market, Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Sunday, April 28, 8am to noon
Need to declutter? Fill your boot and turn up to the Wodonga Car Boot Market. Alternatively, spend four hours looking for bargains. Sellers can pre-book a site via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply turn and cross your fingers on getting one. There are 45 sites available. Cars arrive no later than 7.40am for trading by 8am. It's family-friendly, pet-friendly and bargain hunter-friendly!
Zoe Knighton Cello, Albury Chamber Music Festival 2019, St Matthew's Church, Albury, Sunday, April 28, 2pm
Delight in the glorious sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach on Sunday, when cellist Zoe Knighton performs two of his six solo cello suites at St Matthew's Church. Knighton's concert sees the launch of the 2019 Albury Chamber Music Festival Concert Series - Sundays at St Matthew's. The series features three of Australia's finest chamber musicians - cellist Zoe Knighton, mezzo-soprano Sally-Anne Russell and harpist Marshall McGuire.
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